Through Ferrari’s more than 80-year history, the Italian marque has earned a well-deserved reputation for producing some of the most beautiful and exotic vehicles ever built and inspiring legion’s of aspiring automotive designers. One such individual is Murray Sharp, who recently penned one of the finest-looking concept renders we’ve ever seen, delivering a hypothetical supercar well-worthy of baring the Prancing Horse emblems.
Christened the “Stallone,” the four-wheeled render sports a monocoque chassis housing a mid-mounted turbocharged V12 engine with exhausts routing to afterburner-style exhausts protruding out just behind the doors on either side of the rear windshield. Adorned in Ferrari’s classic Rosso Corsa livery, the wildly-sleek design is complimented by an array of carbon fiber trim pieces and inlays. Murray painstakingly spent countless hours honing and fine-tuning each element of the concept, and it really shows. The Stallone wonderfully embodies the elite firm’s modern design language, with an extremely exotic overall aesthetic, and numerous signature traits, from the angular, tapered front-end, to the signature circular taillights, and almost everything in-between.