• Jul 29, 2006
Momentum is building for this year's Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance. One vehicle that has garnered a veritable ton of media coverage is James Glickenhaus' Pininfarina-designed Ferrari P4/5. Although the design has caused it's share of controversy, the rebodied Enzo's debut in Monterey is guaranteed to be one of, if not the, show stopper of the weekend.

We have already covered the P4/5 creation in detail, but Autoblog reader Richard sent us this link to a picture gallery of the bespoke machine in various states of production.

Follow the jump for the spec list and loads more Pininfarina goodness.

[Source: Supercars.net]

Engine Type: V12
Displacement cu in (cc): 365(5988)
Power bhp (kW) at RPM: 660(485) / 7800
Torque lb-ft (Nm) at RPM: 484(657) / 5500
Redline at RPM: 8200 Brakes & Tires
Brakes F/R: ABS, vented disc/vented disc
Tires F-R: 255/35 ZR 20 - 335/30 ZR 20
Driveline: Rear Wheel Drive
Exterior Dimensions & Weight
Length × Width × Height in: 182.3 x 80.4 x 44.3
Length × Width × Height mm: 4630 x 2042 x 1126
Wheelbase in(mm): 104.3(2650)
Track F-R in(mm): 66.6(1691) - 67.2(1707)
Overhang F-R in(mm) 33.7(857) - 44.2(1123)
Weight lb (kg): 2645 (1200)
Performance
Acceleration 0-62 mph s: 3.55
Top Speed mph (km/h): 225 (362)
Aerodynamics Cx 0,340 Czf -0,123 Czr -0,025
Frontal Area (m2) 1,906




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      • 8 Years Ago
      For those interested in further information about the car you can read about it at http://www.fxxregistry.com/p45.htm. The site will be constantly updated as well.
      • 8 Years Ago
      Is J Glick looking to be on his own?
      Seeing the P 4-5 at first I can say like everyone else, that it is impressive to look at, and that if it was a "true" Ferrari it would look fantastic in my paddock. But later it was brought to my attention after some persuit, it was found to be a rebodied enzo? Built because some people decided an enzo is not good enough?? This is what I am lead to believe after some investigation. Therefore before I would make a judgment on the "greatness" of such a vehicle, I would like to see the stat sheet on performance of this P 4-5 along with the wind tunnel data. Else it is an expensive kit car. Sorry Glick. Might I remind everyone that in real estate it is location, location, location... In racing it is performance, performance, performance. Or could it be More money then - - - - -'s, I forget.
      Thank you for you time, and as always, this is just my opinion.
      • 8 Years Ago
      UNBELIEVABLE. Imagine seeing that going down the road. And even better, imagine owning a one of one Ferrari custom taylored for you. Thats as good as it gets.

      For all of the haters... Where's your custom Ferrari?
      • 8 Years Ago
      • 8 Years Ago
      the people at ferrari think it's a ferrari....
      • 8 Years Ago
      Like I thought, Hype. So fiction writing is where all this innovative technology came from, yes??

      James Glickenhaus
      Born in New York, former writer and producer of motion pictures, now General Partner in Glickenhaus & Co.. Married with Margaret Cameron, he has two children: Veronica and Jesse. He also runs with his family the Glickenhaus Foundation and is Honorary Professor at the City University of New York.

      FYI

      • 7 Years Ago
      A few points. Ferrari P 4/5 by Pininfarina has been officially recognized by Ferrari.

      It is lighter than an Enzo, faster to 60mph, has more downforce, more tire thus needs less TC, and has a higher top speed. It is the fastest road legal Ferrari existent.

      As an aside it recently won in class at Villa d'Este.
      • 8 Years Ago
      This is NOT a Ferrari! It looks more like kit car out of the back of Autoweek.
      • 8 Years Ago
      What a fantastic homage to the great sports racers of the 60's! Beautiful.
      • 8 Years Ago
      A much better looking car than the Ferrari Enzo. I especially like the vented aft window over the engine - it reminds one of the F40.

      http://www.automobilesdeluxe.blogspot.com