The Ferrari Monza SP1 has won the prestigious Compasso d’Oro (Golden Compass), one of the most sought-after awards in the industrial design world. The award was presented to Ferrari’s Chief Design Officer, Flavio Manzoni and Chief Communication Officer, Jane Reeve.
The Monza SP1 is one of the 18 design products to receive the Golden Compass award. The Golden Compass award started back in 1954 and awarded every 2nd year, it’s the oldest and most authoritative international industrial design prize and finalists are selected by experts, designers, critics, historians, and specialist journalist.
Throughout the years, only 11 cars ever manage to ever received the Golden Compass award. Among the 11 cars, 3 of them are Ferrari which are the F12 Berlinetta in 2014, la FXX K in 2016, and now the Monza SP1.
The Monza SP1 was chosen due to its ability to project itself into the future and draw on the legacy of memory without ever feeling vintage. Comes with modern technology, the limited-edition Monza SP1 is the 1st in a new segment called ‘Icona’ which is inspired by past Ferrari.