Last month, Ferrari Quebec took delivery of one of the most highly anticipated modern-day cars to come out of Maranello, the Monza SP2. At a price tag of well over $2 Million (though a couple of examples are on the resale market for well over $3 Million) and limited to only 499 units split between the SP1 (single-seater) & SP2 (duel seater), this is the first model to be part of Ferraris new β€˜Icona’ series of cars that pay homage to some of the brands’ most notable models of the past. In total, there will be 4 in the province, with this particular example being the 1st of 3 being delivered to Ferrari Quebec.

Underneath what seems to be its endless bonnet is the naturally aspirated V12 that is found in the 812 Superfast that produces 789 hp and 553 lb-ft torque that propels it to 100 km/h in a mere 2.9 seconds. Unlike the 812 Superfast, the Monza has no roof and barely a windshield (yes, a helmet is highly recommended) to deliver a driving experience far different than that of the 812.

Though road legal in Europe, which many of you have seen the footage of one example drifting around in the Swiss Alps as well as the recent one driving around Monaco, unfortunately, the Monza is strictly for the track in North America. 

A special thank you to Ferrari Quebec for allowing us to have exclusive access to shoot the Monza SP2 and we look forward to seeing the other examples arriving soon.

Learn more online about the Monza SP2 via Ferrari