With the bold combination of green body and golden wheels, this Ferrari F40 art breaks the rules just as the car did decades ago.
Better hurry. Enzo doesn't stand delays.
It's interesting to know that the development of the Ferrari F40 takes no more than 13 months. That's remarkable given the fact nowadays a new model needs at least five years. Some might say the reason is the car's ascetic interior. There's no carpet and upholstery, something never seen before in a Ferrari road car. The engineering and design team don't spend much time on the colour decision either. All 1311 produced cars are in the emblematic Rosso Corsa paint.
So this makes us wonder, "What if there are other available colours?". Later a few F40 owners repaint their cars primarily in yellow or black.