The Ferrari Monza SP2 may not be the most powerful of the Italian brand's models, but it is definitely one of the rarest and most stunning. It was exactly the exuberant convertible that Zlatan Ibrahimovic, the 38-year-old Swede who signed at the end of 2019 for AC Milan, chose.
The Monza is a roadster from which only 499 units will be produced and is available in the SP1 and SP2 versions, depending on the number of seats it offers, with Zlatan opting for the two-seat version. The atmospheric 6.5-liter V12 engine provides 820 hp, which exceeds the power of the Ferrari 812 Superfast by 10 hp. 300 km / h is guaranteed, as is 0-100 km / h in just 2.9 seconds.
Despite involving an investment of 2 million euros, the Monza SP2 does not have the right to use a roof, even if it is a simple canvas covering, so the driver will quickly become like a “chick” if the rain decides to appear suddenly . But the absence of the roof can even be an advantage for the Nordic player, since it is not easy to "stick" its 1.95 meters high in most rooftop sports cars.
Here, Zlatan was caught driving around the streets of Stockholm, hair in the wind – what a remedy … – and lulled by the soft purr of the Ferrari V12.