This Off-Road-Ready Ferrari 250 GTO Is Beautiful Blasphemy

May 15, 2019

Category: Rides

Rain Prisk, the digital designer, is not known for his subtlety. He’s taken everything from Bentleys to Porsches and reimagined them as vastly different, practically unrecognizable vehicles of all sizes, shapes, and capabilities. And now, he’s turned his sights on one of the most coveted cars of all time, the Ferrari 250 GTO.

Famous for being the most expensive car ever sold at auction, the GTO is legendary for both its styling and performance. And that, to some, makes what Rain Prisk has done to it — even as just a concept rendering — automotive blasphemy. That being said, we’d be lying if we said we weren’t enticed by its modified fender flares, beefed-up off-road suspension, all-terrain tires, and roof-mounted LED light bar. It might be uncouth, but that doesn’t mean it isn’t also brilliant. Due to the rarity and value of these vehicles, we’ll likely never see this concept come to fruition. We’re just not sure if we’re happy about that or not.

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