An extra-special Prancing Horse made one of its first appearances.
Car shows are a chance for enthusiasts to gather and celebrate automotive excellence, whether that be in the realm of luxury, performance, design, or exclusivity. However, at the latest Exotics at Dania Pointe show in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, thanks to Ferrari of Fort Lauderdale, luxury, performance, design, and exclusivity were celebrated all at once through the appearance of one very special Ferrari at the show.
That car was the Ferrari Daytona SP3, the newest member of Ferrari’s ultra-exclusive Icona series of models, which feature unorthodox design, low production numbers, and historical inspiration. The Daytona, with a mid-mounted V12 for the first time since the Ferrari LaFerrari, was inspired by an incredibly successful group of 1960s Ferrari race cars that dominated at the eponymous legendary race track. Its dramatic curves and wide stance combine futurism and golden-age inspiration.
One of the first customer examples of the new iconic supercar was displayed by Ferrari of Fort Lauderdale at Exotics at Dania Pointe, boasting a bright white exterior that highlights the car’s stunning design with its simplicity. Proudly presented for showgoers to admire, the Daytona SP3 represents the current pinnacle of Ferrari ownership, arguably the crème de la crème of collector-grade vehicles. With one of the world’s most desirable multi-million dollar hypercars on display, Ferrari of Fort Lauderdale showed everyone at Exotics at Dania Pointe just what makes the Prancing Horse so special.