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Ferrari Daytona SP3 specs

Car type Coupe
Curb weight 1485 kg (3274 lbs)
Introduced 2022
Origin country Italy
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Performance

0 - 100 kph2.9 s
0 - 200 kph7.4 s
Top speed340 kph (211 mph)
Ferrari Daytona SP3 acceleration graph

Powertrain specs

Engine type 6.5 L F140 GA V12
Displacement 6.5 l (396 ci / 6495 cc)
Power 839 ps (828 bhp / 617 kw) @ 9250 rpm
Torque 697 Nm (514 lb-ft) @ 7250 rpm
Power / liter 129 ps (127 hp)
Power / weight 565 ps (558 bhp) / t
Torque / weight 469 Nm (346 lb-ft) / t
Transmission 7-speed Magna 7DCL750 dual-clutch
Layout middle engine, rear wheel drive
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ChironSS  2w ago

"Dr" cosmio, give me your verdict on THIS Ferrari? What do you think? LOL!


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ChironSS  2m ago

Benchmarked the Ferrari 812 to get an idea of dry to wet weight! Sourced ofcourse.

https://www.ferrari.com/en-EN/auto/812-superfast

Quote>"KERB WEIGHT** 1,630kg

DRY WEIGHT** 1,525kg

** With optional equipment."

105KG difference between dry to wet taking into account "optional" equipment? Seems too optimistic.

Meanwhile in the United States of America>

https://www.motortrend.com/reviews/2018-ferrari-812-superfast-first-test-review/

Quote>"CURB WEIGHT (F/R DIST) 3,845 lb (47/53%)."

That's 1744KG. Enough said.

Also>

https://www.autocar.co.uk/car-news/new-cars/new-mid-engined-ferrari-daytona-sp3-packs-829bhp-v12

Quote>"Mated to a quicker-shifting version of the 812 Competizione’s seven-speed automatic gearbox."

So that's the gearbox too?

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ferrari_812_Superfast

But>

Quote>"The transmission for the 812 Superfast is a 7-speed dual-clutch automatic gearbox manufactured for Ferrari by Getrag, based on the gearbox used in the 458 ."

?

That's nice! ;)


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hostboy  2m ago

Estimated Acceleration Stats For Ferrari Daytona SP3:
0-30 MPH: 1.37 sec
0-60 MPH: 2.77 sec
0-100 MPH: 5.35 sec
100-124 MPH: 2.32 sec (161-200km/h)
124-150 MPH: 3.86 sec (200-241km/h)
150-200 MPH: 14.95 sec
100-200 MPH: 21.13 sec
Top Speed: 221.8647 mph (357.0566 km/h)

Engine speed @ maximum torque [rpm]
7250
Engine speed @ maximum power [rpm]
9250
Gear ratios [-] Gearbox
3.077,2.185,1.626,1.286,1.028,0.839,0.693
Differential
4.38
Wheel static radius [m]
0.370
Driveline efficiency [-]
0.85
Wheel (tire) friction coefficient [-]
1
Rear axle load coefficient [-]
1
Vehicle mass (curb) [kg]
1722 (pre-200km/h); 1952 (post-200km/h)
Driver mass [kg]
75
Aerodynamic drag coefficient [-]
0.392
Ambient air density [kg/m3]
1.202
Vehicle frontal area [m2]
1.92
Road slope [%]
0.00
Road load coefficient [-]
0.011
Engine speed points (full load) [rpm]
7250,9250
Engine static torque points (full load) [Nm]
697,638
Simulation time [s]
60

1-foot rollout: 9.70209 m/s2 = 0.99 G = 0.25 sec

2.77+5.35/(2.77+5.35)x11.5 = 10.35sec standing quartermile time or 10.10sec dragstrip quartermile time at a passing speed of 143mph.


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ChironSS  2m ago

 


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Ferrari_SP3_Is_A  2m ago

Crap car.


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ChironSS  2m ago

So, when the McLaren Speedtail was unveiled the performance atleast if only in a straight line was differentiated as compared to the McLaren 720S by a significant degree accordingly to McLaren's own numbers, as it's never been tested. Also only 106 were ever manufactured.

In the case of the Ferrari Daytona SP3, it's the baby Ferrari the 296GTB that's more technologically sophisticated bar full carbon fibre monocoque construction, but it's performance envelope is accordingly to Ferrari's own published figures a match for this car, very nearly enough!

Now ultimately it's irrelevant right? Well, no it's not. Flagships are exactly that! So until proven otherwise I feel the 296GTB is looking very likely to SPANK it! This site is "Fastest" afterall. The racetracks will be more intriguing.

And if it's "emotional" attachment then Godspeed to the buyers. Because the majority will judge it on it's performance not asthetics or resale value. Anyway just some thoughts.

The Ferrari SF90 is an incredibly impressive, engineering powerhouse irregardless and my current favourite until the baby Ferrari arrives.

It's exactly the same with Bugatti, I generally prefer the Chiron particularly Supersport (even including the bollocks) over the Centodieci/Noir.


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Tupadre  2m ago

It is based on legends like 330 P4 and concept 250 P5. Its not a LaFerrari sucessor.


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Lambolover  2m ago

Actually a great rival to Lamborghini Sian
Both nearly have the same power
Both have some $2M price tag
And both are kinda inspired by their 80s models (Sian from Countach and this from Testarossa and maybe F50?)
But they are making 599 of these!!!
599 is seriously a lot for a car that's supposed to be a limited production model


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Cool  2m ago

I HEAR IT HAS POP UP UP AND DOWN HEADLIGHTS


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hostboy  2m ago

The real successor to either F50 or Enzo, with a hint of 330 P4


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ChironSS  2m ago

So I triple checked with my friends at Ferrari Chat just to be sure (not like I didn't know) but it's a Ferrari 812C V12 engine modified and Laferrari Aperta carbon fibre monocoque modified and Laferrari gearbox modified in this car but WITHOUT Laferrari hybridity electrical assistance or torque fill.

My first impression is Laferrari>. But then I conceded I Love that car.

(Although this car is prettier, perhaps.)


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196ss  2m ago

So, they basically made the targa version of Ferrari Enzo after 20 years?


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ChironSS  2m ago

https://www.ferrari.com/en-EN/auto/ferrari-daytona-sp3

Weight DRY> 1485KG* WITH lightweight parts, so not standard specifications! So that's 1600KG+ very likely wet. So without hybridity assistance it's the same weight (ish) as the Laferrari or more?


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Z31Turbo84  2m ago

0-100 kmp/h Claimed: 2.85 Seconds

0-200 kmp/h Claimed: 7.4 Seconds