Yet another bespoke Ferrari will debut at swank Italian car festivalS

A six-cylinder, six-liter bespoke Ferrari concept? Sounds like someone didn't proofread the press release that came out of Villa d'Este sponsor BMW earlier today. Not that we wouldn't love to see what a big-bore six in a Ferrari would be like.

The concept, set to be revealed at the Concorso d'Eleganza Villa d'Este starting on May 21, will be called the Ferrari Super America 45 Convertible. It'll follow in the footsteps coachbuilt Ferraris from Villa d'Este events' past, like Jim Glickenhaus's P4/5. No other details have been announced, though we're assuming that the 6,000 cc engine to which the press release refers will mean the one-off vehicle — commissioned to one of the major design shops by a customer in New York — will be based on the V12 599 GTB Fiorano.