Car 3 weeks ago Share Tweet Pin Share Always looking to go faster, Ferrari recently unveiled its latest open-cockpit supercars, the Monza SP1 and SP2. Noted as the most powerful road cars the Italian automaker has ever designed, both cars house a V12, 810 brake horsepower engine that can reach 100 kilometers per hour in 2.9 seconds flat. Both the SP1 and SP2 are centered around a distinct monolithic form with an aerodynamic wing free profile devoid of a roof and windshield. Limited to 500 units, the Formula 1 style body shell of the Monza is made entirely of carbon fiber and features a “virtual windshield” that pushes air flow above the driver. The only discernable difference between the SP1 and the SP2 is that the latter has a passenger seat and features that allow the passenger to share the driving experience. Part of a limited “Icona” series that celebrates racing cars of the ’50s, Ferrari teamed up with Loro Piana and Berluti on a range of driving-focused garments and accessories to go with the Monza SP1 and SP2. Check out the Ferrari Monza SP1 and SP2 above and stay tuned for more information regarding the open-cockpit supercars. For more automotive news, Mercedes recently put together an entry-level AMG GT 4-door coupe.