With that out of the way, we can zoom in on the details of this Ferrari rendering - as the artist behind the work clearly states in the comments section of the Instagram post below, this is a Ferrari F40 with second-generation Ford GT bits, not the other way around.
So while the engine compartment still holds a pair of turbochargers, the cylinder count has dropped by two - in lieu of the Maranello machine's 2.9-liter V8, this virtual project uses the GT's 3.5-liter V6.
The exterior of the Italian exotic comes dressed in Liquid Blue, while this remastered version of the F40's wheels features a carbon structure. As far as the exterior redesign is concerned, the rear end seems to take the cake, as the melange involving the light clusters of both supercars is something to behold. Then again, certain gear heads might prefer the similar pixel play that defines the headlights.
No, the cabin hasn't been skipped, with the F40 now accommodating the seats, the digital dashboard and even the steering wheel of the GT.
Since this virtual build brings together all of the above and many more (think: GT door mirrors and F40 LM rear wing), we have to admit the mix looks surprisingly stable, albeit with its power to antagonize purists being sky-high.