The Italian sports car Ferrari Testarossa was produced from 1984 to 1991. The Ferrari Testarossa is a cult car and is rightfully considered one of the finest cars produced by Ferrari. In addition, it was so successful that it sold over 10,000 copies, which is an incredible number for an expensive sports car. By the way, at that time it cost $181,000. Adjusted for inflation, this would now be about $450,000.
Unfortunately, this legendary car was only produced in one generation, so an independent designer named Marco Maltese decided to correct this unfortunate mistake and developed a modern version of the Ferrari Testarossa. Yes, only on paper, or rather in a 3D editor, but what a result! Just take a look at this beauty:
It is obvious that Marco Maltese borrowed some design elements from modern Ferrari models, in particular the Ferrari Daytona SP3, but there is nothing wrong with that, since this is what allowed the designer not only to modernize the classic Ferrari Testarossa car, but also to make sure that its design matches design of modern Ferrari cars.
Marco Maltese did not forget about the interior either. Although it turned out to be not as modern as the exterior, the car did not become worse from this. The designer did not reinvent the wheel and just modernized the interior of the classic Ferrari Testarossa a little, making its lines smoother and adding modern equipment to it.
As planned by the designer, the car should be equipped with a hybrid power plant. In other matters, it does not matter, since it is unlikely to appear on the conveyor.