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Sunday, December 23, 2018

Ares made a modern interpretation of Ferrari 250 GTO

Talking about automotive certainly will never end, because every time a new one always appears. This also applies to classic cars that are very popular with many people in this world. For this reason, we are discussing one of the legendary cars from the Italian famous prancing horse logoed auto manufacturer, the Ferrari 250 GTO.
Modena-based coachbuilder Ares has designed a modern reinterpretation of Ferrari’s 1960s sports racer for an unnamed private client. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2rS2FjK)
As we all know, the figure of this car is one of the most expensive classic cars in the world. And reportedly the last classic car recorded a fantastic sales transaction value.

And only the auto lover billionaires who can buy it. Indeed this legendary car has many fans, and some of them also want it to appear in the form of a modern car.
The world's most valuable car—the Ferrari 250 GTO—is set to be reborn as a modern reinterpretation. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2rS2FjK)
This also spurs automotive designers make a modern interpretation of this legendary classic car. One of them have been presented in one of articles which is the work of a very talented Russian-Georgian automotive designer named Alexander 'Sasha' Selipanov.
Modena-based coachbuilder Ares said that less than 10 examples will likely be made and hope the first one on the road in less than 12 months. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2rS2FjK)
Now, an Italian coachbuilder named Ares Design will build a modern interpretation of the original design on the bones of a donor Ferrari 812 Superfast or F12 Berlinetta. The car looks absolutely stunning in the preview sketches.
Modena-based coachbuilder Ares said that it set at a price of around €1 million (approximately $1.16 million), including Ferrari F12 or 812 Superfast donor car. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2rS2FjK)
As quoted from the Robb Report, the Italian coachbuider said that 250 GTOs so that the design fits the chassis found in the Ferrari 812 Superfast and F12 Berlinetta models. If the buyer sends Superfast 812 as a donor, you will see a modern supercar that combines 250 GTOs with 789 horsepower from the V-12 block.
If approved by the consumers, Ares said it would make a limited number of 10 units and set at a price of around €1 million (approximately $1.16 million), including Ferrari F12 or 812 Superfast donor car, which provides the new GTO with its chassis and 789 hp, V-12 power train. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | ROBB REPORT | MOTORAUTHORITY]
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