This render for the off-road version of the Ferrari 250 GTO coupe looks greatMay 14, 2019
Independent artists from the design studio Rain Prisk have published an interesting render for the iconic Italian car Ferrari 250 GTO. I note that this is a very exclusive and very expensive car – only 36 units were produced during the production of the model.
The Ferrari 250 GTO is arguably one of the most significant models in the history of the automotive industry. A Grand Tourer class model with a V12 engine under the hood was sold from 1962 to 1964. A total of 36 copies of this car were collected, and some of them brought tens of millions of dollars at auctions over the past two decades. Simply put, this is a very, very exclusive car!
There are talented automotive designers who know the length and breadth of the graphic editor Photoshop. These guys were able to turn the Italian legend into something crazy – this is a 250 GTO with everything needed for off-road. The author of this render are the designers from the studio Rain Prisk.
The car received massive off-road tires, additional LED lamps mounted on the roof, enlarged wheel arches, redesigned headlights and a significantly raised suspension. This is what you expect to see in a British Land Rover or American Jeep SUV.
We noticed one very interesting thing in the comments section of the Rain Prisk team page on Facebook. Most people think that this is not a rendering at all, but a real car, turned into an off-road monster in one of the garages. It is believed that this is a real combat vehicle. Do not worry – not a single pixel is real, it’s all digital manipulation. All real copies of this legend, most likely, will never receive such tuning.
Not so long ago, we wrote that Ferrari confirmed the rumors about a hybrid model with a capacity of almost 1000 hp.
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