Ferrari 412 Project Pony By Ares Design

Oct 19, 2018

Category: Rides

Any vehicle sporting the iconic Prancing Horse logo is a work of automotive art, but Ares Design always finds a way to improve upon world-renowned vehicles. This time around, they’ve worked their motor magic to create a modern Ferrari 412 titled Project “Pony.”

The two-door, four-seat vehicle has an ‘80s aesthetic, including pop-up headlights and a vented hood. At the heart of the car revs a 6.3-liter V12 engine with a monstrous output of 690 hp and 514 lb-ft of torque. Using the finest grade carbon fiber, the car is endowed with handsome looks, as well as a low curb weight. The shooting brake style is switched back to a classic three-box shape for a distinctive look. Step inside the vehicle and you’ll find black and brown leather with white contrast stitching on sporty seats and a redesigned dashboard. With a retro style and modern upgrades, this car is another exceptional creation by Ares Design.

Purchase: $810,600

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