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What does the Ferrari Testarossa look like today?

How do you think the Ferrari Testarossa would look if it belonged to today’s track? Next is the interpretation that comes to us from Germany. Download, get to know this digital version in detail, look at the images and qualify.

March 22, 2023 3:46 am

Its reputation is that the most iconic car in the history of motoring knew how to break generational barriers. Everything that surrounds the included world brands as Ferrari shows this and it is enough to look at how certain models with 40 years of life remain flawless in performance.

The Ferrari Testarossa does not seem to have lost the interest of readers, fans of the automotive industry and even on the part of the public, which may be used to spending their days outside what is related to the car. To say that Ferrari is popular sounds unusual given the level of exclusivity of these sports cars. Testarossa, beyond the limit of capacity, breaks the rule in his own way, because no one in this world has heard of it.

Whether in auctions, in auctions, or in restomod versions, such as the one developed by the Fioravanti Office, which we have published, the Ferrari Testarossa lives on. 2024 and there will be no other anniversary. Four decades will be with us the most elegant berlinetta, and knowing Ferrari’s interest in particular eras, we imagine a tribute with all the honors.

If we talk about tributes, it is a special one dedicated to the fans of cars, other spaces in which the most famous vehicles take their place. Have you ever wondered what a Ferrari Testarossa would look like today? Then, that which brings together the past with the present.

This is today’s Ferrari Testarossa

Here’s the Ferrari Testarossa Ferrari 296 GTB for the base. Source: IG Andras Veres.

Rendering, a modality that is currently in vogue, is a form of expression for designers who are fond of cars. Sports cars and supercars are an ideal excuse and Andras Veres, a German designer dedicated to these graphic interpretations, has renewed a part of his works.

What do you think the Ferrari Testarossa would look like today? This has nothing to do with restomods, but with bringing the iconic model of 1984 to the present under the standards that are used today in Maranello, especially in the two models that this German enthusiast has taken to fuse the Testarossa into a hybrid. contemporary

To present the Testarossa in modern times, Andras Veres had already taken the Ferrari 296 GTB as the basis. With the Ferrari Daytona SP3 appearing as the latest member of the Icon Series, this designer wanted to add some subtleties to this latter. Its update was in the rear area, where the SP3 horizontal light was incorporated into the modern Testarossa.

The Ferrari Testarossa returns mentioned by the 296 GTB. Source: IG Andras Veres.

It renders the Ferrari Testarossa inspired by the 296 GTB, with an updated horizontal reverse light and the Daytona SP3. Source: IG Andras Veres.

There, at the back, the SP3 comes in handy, because, like the original Testarossa, it stands out for the horizontal grooves that cover the entire width, although in the version version they have a style consistent with 1984.

As the graphic version is inspired by the 296 GTB, the diffuser is based on this, while the four exhausts are a clear reference to the Testarossa. Of course, in the updated Daytona elements, the designer did not continue with the four Testarossa exhausts, but two inspired by the SP3.

Another mix between the Testarossa and the 296 GTB is revealed on wheels. There, the German designer noted the star wheels of the 1984 model and applied the shape of the 296 GTB to them. But it is proper. The wheels in the rendering look more like the SP3 than the GTB. We don’t know if the update is done or if it’s an accident since the designer hasn’t given details about it.

final considerations

The Ferrari Testarossa returns mentioned by the 296 GTB. Source: IG Andras Veres.

The curves on this one clearly allude to the 296 GTB, with the front arches and rear wings taking almost the same shape and proportions. Not so much for those SP3’s that are much more aggressive, than the wealthy, for whom this design is not inspired.

Works by Andras Veres merges the past with the present, reconfiguring certain aspects such as the retractable heads at the front and integrating the main elements of the Testarossa, but without modernizations, such as the mentioned exhaust – except for the rear taken from the SP3. — and the iconic side creases that on both the Testarossa and GTB end in the bodywork outside the valves.

What would a “modern” version of your Ferrari Testarossa look like? According to Andras Veres, he seems to be returning the images he earned, as a certain designer “veils” 40,000. Since it is a Testarossa, the most appropriate thing would have been to mirror not two but one train, as the model launched on the market, to be compared to the more obvious berlinetta. How do you repay what happened in this?

Ferrari 296 GTB and Daytona SP3, models that bring the Testarossa to the present

Ferrari 296 GTB. Source: Ferrari.

The Ferrari Daytona SP3 and its horizontal rear light inspire this Testarossa. Source: Ferrari.

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