The coach builders at Fioravanti have been caught testing a restyled Ferrari F430 this weekend at Fiorano.That would explain the lack of any camouflage, as the creation is likely a one-off built for rich customer as part of Ferrari's recently publicized effort to offer "whatever the hell you want" bespoke cars to those willing to shell out the necessary cash. The body looks to have been completely re-done, but are any power upgrades lurking under that retro-cool skin?
It's hard to tell exactly what mechanical modifications, if any, are on this special Ferrari. The wheels appear to be identical to those on the 430 Scuderia, so the engine may be the Scuderia's up-powered 510 HP V8. Of course, if the owner really wants more power, he could always bolt-on a Novitec Rosso twin-supercharger kit, but that's not really the point here. Whoever commissioned this creation was probably more interested in turning heads than turning laps.
Jalopnik Snap Judgment: All hail the era of random Ferraris lapping the Fiorano track as more buyers with the bucks to spend make the decision they'd like something special of their very own. [via Autoblog.nl]