Officine Fioravanti teases a Ferrari Testarossa-based restomod
Timeless bodywork and modern technology
Officine Fioravanti is a small Swiss company that specialises in making restomods, classic cars that have been technically updated. The Swiss company is now giving us a sneak preview of its new creation, a modernized version of the iconic Ferrari Testarossa.
The company promises that the aesthetics of the model will be unchanged in order to preserve the mythical style of the 1980s supercar. However, there will be significant changes under the bodywork. The flat-twelve is now backed up by a custom-made titanium exhaust system.
The car will receive new Brembo brakes to improve braking performance under hard driving conditions, while the shock absorbers will come from Öhlins. The latter will be electronically adjustable, allowing the car to be lifted a few centimetres to overcome obstacles.
To accommodate the braking system, the wheels will be enlarged while scrupulously respecting the design of the original star wheels. The interior will retain the style of the original model, but will gain new, plusher trims with better assembly.