As such, the Fezza was brought closer to the road and since the the operation probably involves air springs, this means the machine can still be driven on a daily basis (yes, modern Rarris are that docile, when required).
Then we have the widebody take, albeit with the XXL arches requiring a trained eye to spot - you can use the images in the gallery above for a quick comparo.
Of course, those arches have to be filled and this is where the custom shoes of the 720 hp Ferrari come into play, with these having been supplied by BBS.
Fortunately, the digital artist hasn't taken things too far down the camber rabbit hole, so the whole thing doesn't look exaggerated.
Quirky buils such as the one portrayed here have already crawled their way up to the Ferrari 458, which means it's only a matter of time before an eccentric aficionado decided to give the F8 Tributo such a treatment - here's an example of such a project, one that involves a Liberty Walk kit.
Oh, and the shenanigan might just happen over in Japan, as they just adore lowered exotics in that part of the world. And it's not just Ferraris that get to sit low, as, for instance, Lamborghinis receive the same kind of work. In fact, here are two such toys enjoying some time together.