Ferrari's newest one-off car is the P80/C, which is based on the 488 GT3 racing car.

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A Ferrari collector commissioned the automaker to design the car with inspiration taken from the 330 P3/P4 racing cars and the 1966 Dino 206 S.

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Compared with the 488 GT3, all the P80/C's aerodynamic components have been redesigned.

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That giant carbon-fiber wing can be removed to display the car in what is called exhibition mode.

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The lower rear fascia was designed to be open so as not to hide the car's running gear.

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For racing use, the car wears 18-inch center-locking wheels, but it also has 21-inch wheels for exhibition mode -- i.e. when being shown off parked.

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The wraparound windshield and windows lead into massive air intakes on the rear haunches.

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The flying buttress-style C-pillars are one of the car's defining design elements.

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As in a regular 488 GT3, the cabin features a roll cage, bucket seats and other safety gear.

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