The British artist, who is in his early 20s explained the reason behind the transformation on his Facebook page: "Lunch mash [he does these Photoshop works in his lunch breaks], just wanted to f**k up a classic really,"
Given Ferrari's uptight attitude towards such digital games, this might just be the reason that determined the pixel player to go for the famous Prancing Horse model. Those of you who aren't sure what we're on about when describing Maranello's position should take the time to remember the cease and desist letter Ferrari sent to Deadmau5 over his Nyan Cat 458 makeover.
As you can notice, the Testarossa has been given the kind of generously-sized aerodynamic elements that would be welcome at Pikes Peak. As for the widebody kit, this qualifies for our wildbody tag, delivering a half-finished job take on the matter.
Even so, the title of the most controversial element here goes to the spoiler placed in a way that would have one belive this is a hatchback. The Photoshop man even admitted this was a bit of a silly move.
Oh, and let's not forget the wheel-and-tire combo, which could easily make one wonder whether this Maranello machine has turned back in time, becoming a retro racecar.
Whether such supercar transformation float your boat or not, you'd better be prepared to meet more and more of them, as such pixel play episodes are now a thing.