The original F40 was the latest Enzo Ferrari approved supercar. To celebrate the 40th anniversary of Ferrari, the F40 was introduced in 1987 and will provide space for supermarkets forever.
The Ferrari F40 has driven every part of the car's knowledge and technology. The supercaram was made up of body panels made of kevlar, carbon fiber and aluminum, and its windshield and side windows made of plastic to reduce weight.
There was a 2.9-liter V8 engine that was inclined with a turbocharger and an intercooler. The F40 produced 471 hp and 577 Nm (426 lb-ft) of torque that was sent only to the rear wheels.
Which brings us to Samir Sadikhov's F40 Tribute, a design exercise designed to honor the original F40.
Creating this, Samir left a couple of design drawings from Ferrari LaFerrari and Enzo like, but we are sure that his cutting requires even the most serious Ferrari drummer.
He even anticipated what the interior might look like, and we really love the digital speedometer installed on the steering wheel.
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