British specialists from Kahn Design have chosen the Ferrari GTC4 Lusso for their next project, and the result is spectacular. This now classic Ferrari has been modernized with subtle changes that have brought a cleaner aesthetic.
Kahn’s team applied the experience from working on the Aston Martin Vengenace, so new front aluminum fenders with 250 Testa Rosse from the 1950s were added. The fenders cover part of the light groups, so the car got a sharper look.
The redesigned front end has new daytime running lights and a front spoiler. The wheels on the front axle are 20 inches, and on the rear 21. They are fitted with Continental ContiSportContact 5 P tires of 255/35 and 315/30.
Interestingly, the new fenders were shaped by hand instead of poured into molds, and company founder Afzal Kahn says it was done to preserve the bodybuilding tradition.
“The traditional way of making cars by hand has almost completely disappeared in the UK and there are only a few talented craftsmen who can do what I believe is an art form. “I am happy to be a part of that and to be able to help continue that legacy,” said Afzal Kahn.
Ferrari has completed the production of the GTC4 Lusso 2020 model, and its replacement will arrive this year in the form of the Purosangue crossover.
source: Kahn Design
MORE CAR NEWS: New Ferrari Purosangue 2022 SUV spied in Maranello