The latest issue of AutoWeek reveals the 612 P4/5 Ferrari that's been the talk of the blogosphere of late. It seems the car is a one-off built for a prominent collector with a beaucoup of bucks, James Glickenhaus, who's been talking about his latest acquisition on Ferrarichat.com. Like a modern-day Lorenzo di Medici, Glickenhaus commissioned Pininfarina to build the car, based on an Enzo chassis, for him to enter in the new prototype class of the Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance. It reportedly cost him $3 million over the price of an Enzo (seven figures). The pics are only in the print issue of AW, but we'd imagine they'll post them online before too long.
Ferrari Building a New P4? [internal]