England-based RML Group built its business providing technical solutions for major car manufacturers. Now RML is releasing its own car, the 250 SWB, based on a highly modified 550 Maranello chassis. The 250 SWB replaces the 550's aluminum bodywork with carbon fiber panels designed to mimic the car's namesake — the legendary Ferrari 250 SWB from 1959. ALong with other weight-saving measures, nearly 500 pounds is saved versus the 550, allowing the 250 SWB to make the most of the front-engine 5.5-liter V12's 478 horsepower and 419 lb-ft of torque. RML also thoroughly sorted the chassis for the application, replacing the active dampers with passive Ohlins units. The interior is also completely redone in a modern take on the original 250's look. RML plans to produce around 30 units of the 250 SWB.