In this case, an anonymous wealthy buyer has commissioned a unique one-off Ferrari model that goes by the name of BR20 and it is built on the same platform that also underpins the now-defunct GTC4Lusso.
The BR20 features a fastback silhouette while also combining design cues that were worn by Ferraris of the olden days.
Details of what lurks underneath remain coy for now but we speculate (because of its close relation to the GTC4Lusso) it could spawn the same naturally-aspirated V12 mill – that’s if the wealthy buyer did not also commission a bespoke motor.
The 6.2-litre V12 powertrain in the GTC4Lusso produced 507 kW and 697 Nm whilst enabling the full-size grand tourer to sprint from a standstill to 100 km/h in 3.4 seconds before hitting the top end at 335 km/h.
The Ferrari BR20 went through a significant makeover. It gained 76 mm of length (compared to the donor vehicle) as well as a sloped roofline. The front is dominated by a set of specially-designed headlights that are positioned lower when compared to those of the GTC4Lusso.
The BR20 comes equipped with a set of 20” wheels with a diamond finish and, sadly, these are exclusive to this particular model.
Then there is the interior that has also been notably redone and features two shades of brown that is combined with doses of carbon fibre treatment. There are dark brown Heritage Testa di Moro leather seats with silver cross-stitching plus an eccentric front pattern.
Gone are the GTC4Lusso’s rear seats and in their place lies a specially designed luggage bin.
Ferrari did not make mention of the price tag nor who the wealthy buyer is.