cars that are so uncommon that there is only one of them

The donor car’s standard powerplant and internals were utilised in the SP38 Deborah, which was based on the 488 GTB. The outside, however, received a complete makeover with a unique design that was modeled off the vintage F40. The car’s distinctive red paint was given the name “Deborah Red,” and it is the only Ferrari that has ever been painted this shade of red.

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Ford Ford presented ambitious plans for its line of F-Series trucks in the middle of the 2000s, with the Super Chief concept previewing some of the technologies that it intended to commercialize. The Super Chief had a cutting-edge ‘Tri-Flex Fuel’ powertrain that could run on gasoline, bioethanol, or hydrogen, and it was completely operational. The truck’s 6.8L V10 engine, according to Auto Express , produced 280 horsepower when powered by hydrogen and 310 horsepower when powered by gas or biofuel. The truck was able to switch between fuels immediately and created 90% fewer carbon dioxide emissions when it was driving on hydrogen than when it was on gas.

According to Auto Express, Ford promised to create 250,000 biofuel vehicles within a year at the time the Super Chief was launched. Ford had huge intentions to deliver this tri-fuel technology to the mainstream market at the time. Ford’s decision to change its intentions has never been officially verified, although the 2008 financial crisis is widely believed to be the main factor. The Tri-Flex Fuel system is believed to have met the same fate as the majority of manufacturers’ experimental initiatives, which were abandoned as a result of the recession’s cash shortage.


The P80/C is probably one of Ferrari’s best-looking recent inventions and claimed “the longest development time of any Ferrari one-off created to date,” reports MotorTrend . It’s a completely track-only edition that was once built on a 488 GT3, though it’s tough to tell by looking at it now because of the drastic changes it’s undergone. Ferrari’s design team got to work because the collector apparently wanted a vehicle that was influenced by the Ferrari 330 P3/P4 and the 1966 Dino 206 S. Ferrari’s designers had virtually unrestricted creative license, which is why the car differs so significantly from past Prancing Horse models. Neither the car needed to be road legal nor did it need to adhere to any certain set of FIA regulations.

Ferrari never disclosed the P80/engine C’s specifications or provided any official performance data. Jalopnik reported noted that it was most likely to use a V8 engine modified from the normal 488 GT3’s, which produces about 600 horsepower. The car can be set up in one of two configurations: exhibition form, which has 21-inch wheels and minimal aero, or track form, which has 18-inch wheels and greater aero.

Pininfarina Pininfarina may be best known for creating automobiles for other automakers, but with the 2012 introduction of the Cambiano concept, which received overwhelmingly excellent reviews, the company explored producing a small number of the vehicle under its own name. According to Classic Driver , the Cambiano’s hybrid diesel-electric engine consisted of a diesel turbine beneath the hood and a 79 horsepower electric motor connected to each wheel. This, according to Pininfarina, allowed the car to reach a top speed of more than 170 mph and a 0-62 mph time of only 4.2 seconds.

The car was described as a “high-performance, low-emission luxury model” by the company’s then-CEO Sergio Angori claimed in an interview , who also stated that he was “considering the possibility” for a modest production run. Ironically, these characteristics would make the car highly sought-after in today’s market. However, in 2012, it was evident that consumers weren’t as interested because the Cambiano continued to be a unique creation that was possibly just a little bit ahead of its time.

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JEEP M-715 5-QUARTER The Jeep M-715 Five Quarter was a restomod with a fairly unusual approach that was created for the 2019 Moab Easter Safari. It was built on a 1968 military truck’s chassis and body, but underneath was a totally modern drivetrain, including a 6.2L Hemi Hellcrate V8 engine that produced more than 700 horsepower, according to Mopar Insiders . Additionally, it had 20-inch Beadlock wheels with 40-inch tires placed on them for the best rock-climbing performance. The truck’s original sheet metal front end was completely replaced, according to aa10, with carbon fiber. A new, lightweight aluminum bed was also built.

The majority of the components used came from Jeep’s stockpile of spare parts or were readily available from outside producers, so if the business had desired it, it could have easily produced a small quantity. The M-715 Five Quarter remained a one-off that admirers could only ever dream of purchasing, however, because of the concept truck’s prior success and the practical difficulty of producing new versions of a 1968 chassis.

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The original Honda NSX and Ferrari Enzo were created by renowned automotive designer Ken Okuyama, who now owns his own design firm and accepts one-off requests. reportedly 3, one of his most eye-catching creations, was unveiled in 2017. The vehicle was created to pay homage to legendary vehicles from the 1970s, such the Lancia Stratos and Lamborghini Countach, while bringing the distinctive wedge-shaped style into the contemporary period. The Kode 0 weighs 1,550 kg and has a 700 horsepower naturally aspirated V12 engine, according to the designer’s press statement (3,417 lbs).

The design and construction of the reportedly 4 automobile cost $1.5 million, but its owner wasn’t interested in retaining it for very long. With just 1,368 miles on the odometer, it was eventually put up for sale around a year after it was delivered, according to Motor1. Its ultimate sale price was not published, and its owner has opted to maintain anonymity. The Kode 0 made a cameo in the reportedly 5 video soon after it was first introduced, garnering over 1.4 million views as of the time of writing. Even though the real vehicle is unlikely to ever leave the climate-controlled walls of its owner’s garage, aficionados will at least always be able to appreciate it in virtual form.

Rinspeed Few of the eccentric designs produced by Swiss boutique automaker Rinspeed are as outlandish as its one-of-a-kind Squba concept. The Squba is referred to as the “world’s first submersible car” in Rinspeed’s reportedly 6, yet to the untrained eye, it might just appear that someone tried to drown a Lotus Elise. That’s not entirely false because Rinspeed did utilize an Elise as the project’s donor car, seal it, and equip it with marine-grade jets so it could move both on land and in the water.

In addition to being able to drive underwater, Rinspeed claims that the car can also be used as a boat when it is first pushed into the water. Rinspeed claims that the car will float until the driver “cracks the door to let the water in.” After that, the driver can descend up to 10 meters below the water’s surface by donning the built-in scuba tanks.


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