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Ferrari Testarossa Alte Prestazioni Hyperclassic

After capturing our attention with their first Ferrari Testarrosa restomod, Swiss auto builder Officine Fioravanti have announced a new modern reinterpretation of the iconic car. With the Hyperclassic concept, Officine Fioravanti wants to take their work to a new level and elevate the icon from Maranello to the elite ranks of hypercars with subtle, customized design changes, a performance upgrade and new suspension components. Incidentally, the concept was christened "TR Alte Prestazioni,” which means high performance.

The changes to the TR Alte Prestazioni focus primarily on the performance and drivability of the Ferrari. Officine Fioravanti first of all focused on the position of the driver and the pedals. This should have a positive influence on the driving experience, as the driver’s position in particular is a major shortcoming of the Testarossa. On the chassis side, electronically controlled Öhlins dampers are used. The ABS system as well as the traction control can be adjusted by the driver in 12 steps. As for the V12 engine, nothing remains untouched – cylinder heads, dry sump lubrication, new ECU and many other measures are supposed to bring the Ferrari to 600 hp. To increase rigidity, the chassis is also completely revised. Behind the specially designed 18-inch and 19-inch rims, there is a GT3 brake system from Brembo. Their goal is to completely rework the car, giving it an entirely new DNA, from the mechanicals, the electronics, and its overall aesthetic. They will, therefore, turn the TR into a fully-fledged hypercar. A Hyperclassic, no less.

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