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Widebody Ferrari Testarossa "Stealth" Looks Stunning, Red Seats Stand Out

Judging by how the ball is rolling on social media these days, it looks like you can't please automotive dreamers without infuriating purists. And the Ferrari Testarossa rendering staring at us from behind the screen is an example as good as any.
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As at least a part of you will agree, this Fezza is a piece of eye candy (we'll get to the details that demand this conclusion soon). However, there will also be multiple gear heads who can't stand anything that wasn't attached to the car when this exited the factory gates in Maranello.

Returning to the pixel work we have here, this might be a trip down custom car lane, but its aftermarket approach makes visible efforts to blend in with the factory styling cues of the V12 toy. For instance, while the four-wheeled toy packs a widebody, the fatter arches are in no way exaggerated.

And while the design of the custom wheels is obviously a subjective matter, I have to applaud the normal camber angle (more and more builds seem to feature negative camber angles for the sake of attention nowadays).

The lower part of the 1980s icon seems to pack an aerodynamic armor, with this appearing to continue the simple lines of the original design.

As for the custom finish of the Ferrari, this only makes the car stand out even more, at least for somebody who's used with the good old Rosso Corsa attire. And, speaking of red, this color was selected for the seats of the supercar, which only seems fitting (the rest of the cabin appears to come in a dark shade).

"Where do these pixels come from?" I can hear you asking. Well, you should know that digital artist Karan Adivi is the one responsible for this work and you can find an Instagram post showcasing the Ferrari Testarossa below.



 
 
 
 
 

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