A limousine built from a Ferrari 360 Modena supercar for sale in AustraliaAugust 4, 2020
A limousine based on the Italian Ferrari 360 Modena coupe has appeared on the Australian classifieds website. Cool tuning project priced at AU $ 399,999
There is no data on how this version of the Italian supercar Ferrari 360 Modena was operated until 2012. But it is known that it was in 2012 that this car was imported to Australia from the UK and cut in half.
Since this model of the Italian brand has an all-aluminum chassis and body, the authors of the project had to use the same aluminum to expand the chassis and body of the ATVO.
Meanwhile, the extended roof, side panels and rear doors of the gull fenders have been made of fiberglass to make the super-long vehicle as light as possible.
The significant increase in the wheelbase of the car means that eight people can now easily fit into its cabin. In addition, there are two TVs and a pumped-up audio system, colored lamps and even a bar, and of course a huge spacious sofa.
This odd looking stretched limousine is still powered by a 400-horsepower 3.6-liter naturally aspirated V8 engine.
This is not the first limousine to be based on the Italian 360 Modena supercar we encountered. Two years ago, a yellow limousine was put up for sale in the United States for $ 95,000, but failed to sell. The same Australian project costs 284,997 dollars. It is stated that this car has already covered 65,000 km.
Not so long ago, AutoTimesNews wrote about a bulletproof limousine made from a Range Rover SUV. Tuning company Klassen decided to make a bullet-proof limousine out of Range Rover SUV. The most expensive version of this car will cost 750,000 euros.
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