Ferrari Monza SP1 "Arrow" Concept Is a Drag Racing Device

Ferrari Monza SP1 "Arrow" rendering 1 photo
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These days, not even icons are safe from the love of eccentric builders who wish to come up with extreme projects. And while the Ferrari Monza SP1/SP2 is simply too fresh to fall into the hands of such a gear head, there's nothing stopping the Internet from coming up with virtual builds based on the Prancing Horse.
Keep in mind that the Monzas have kickstarted a new sub-range for the Prancing Horse. Dubbed the Icona Series, these models seek design inspiration in the company's rich DNA, unlike the majority of contemporary Ferraris, which come with an opinion-splitting design.

As such, the rendering staring at us from behind the screen will easily be labeled under #sacrilege by purists and that's for the sheer idea of messing with such a V12 rolling sculpture.

Then again, the pixel work we have here doesn't change all that much. For one thing, we seem to be dealing with a drag racing approach here. As such, the Italian exotic comes with lighter wheels, which feature slim tires up front to reduce rolling resistance, as well as fat drag radials at the back, with the obvious aim of putting those 810 ponies to the road. And, according to the pixel wielder behind the stunt (more on this below), this is just the beginning of the transformation

Meanwhile in the real world, more and more owners of the Monza duo are taking delivery of their machines (of course, with just 499 units built, there won't be that many lucky aficionados). For instance, here's an SP2 spec that looks plush, whether we're talking about the exterior or the interior of the two-seater.

What about the mind bringing us these pixels?

The digital artist behind the work we have here is called Gurdeep Panesar. We're talking about a former Jaguar Land Rover designer who likes to dream big. And if you're preparing to ask "how big", this Alfa Romeo Lunar Rover should deliver a proper answer.

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