How Fast is the Ferrari Daytona SP3 0–60 Time?

March 14th, 2022 by

Red Ferrari Daytona SP3 on racetrack

The Ferrari Daytona SP3 0–60 time clocks in at 2.85 seconds—and with the ability to go from 0 to 124 mph in 7.4 seconds flat, it’s safe to say that this model is truly exceptional. The Prancing Horse’s Icona Series combines classic Ferrari styling elements with the very latest in advanced performance technology, and we can’t wait to show Chicagoland’s drivers everything that this ultra-exclusive, limited-edition supercar can do.

Ferrari Daytona SP3 Top Speed

How fast is the Ferrari Daytona SP3? With its naturally aspirated V12 engine, this potent vehicle easily ranks in the top tier of our current lineup. All Ferrari vehicles are fast, but the fastest among them can reach top speeds ranging from 210 to 218 miles per hour. Since the Ferrari Daytona SP3’s top speed reaches as high as 211 mph, drivers who seek the best of the best can’t afford to overlook this one-of-a-kind model.

Ferrari Daytona SP3 Specs

What is it about the colorful Ferrari Daytona SP3 that makes this model so impressive? Today’s engineers are always attempting to push the envelope where power and design are concerned, and the team behind your favorite Ferrari sports cars is willing to go far further than most! 

Although the Daytona SP3 is heavily inspired by the genre-defining models of yesteryear, the following SP3 specs and dimensions are only achievable with the most modern design techniques and technologies:

Ferrari Daytona SP3 Engine & Power Output

  • Engine: 6.5L V12
  • Horsepower: 829 hp @ 9,250 rpm 
  • Torque: 514 lb-ft @ 7,250 rpm
  • Transmission: 7-speed dual-clutch
  • Drivetrain: Rear-wheel drive

Ferrari Daytona SP3 Body & Dimensions

  • Body Length: 184.48 inches
  • Width: 80.7 inches
  • Height: 44.96 inches
  • Wheelbase: 104.37 inches
  • Front Track: 66.61 inches
  • Rear Track: 64.21 inches
  • Weight Distribution: 44%–56% front/rear
  • Curb Weight: 3273.86 pounds

Learn More About The Ferrari Daytona SP3 Today!

Now that you’ve had a chance to review the Ferrari Daytona SP3 specs, we can only imagine that you’ll be eager to get a closer look! Although our dealership will most likely receive fewer than ten SP3 models, drivers from Milwaukee to Indianapolis are welcome to contact our team to learn more. Even if you don’t manage to get behind the wheel of this utterly singular supercar, you should prepare to have the ride of your life at Chicagoland’s Continental AutoSports Ferrari.

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