Attention, this is not a Ferrari Testarossa! Even if you might think so as a layman at first, second and maybe even at third glance. Instead, here is a completely rebuilt one 512 TR doing Testarossa. The Italian was after "more typical Liberty Handle' souped up and the result is significantly more aggressive than the stock 512, thanks to the wide body kit. Although the typical Ferrari purists will be anything but enthusiastic about the fact that an original has been permanently "disfigured" here, we really like the conversion. The significantly sportier robe suits the 512 TR perfectly!
Wide body Ferrari 512 TR
Liberty Walk kept the stock front and rear skirts and quarter panels, but if we're right, the fenders are still under the massive ones extensions cut out. If this is not the case, then the conversion could even be completely retrofitted. But we see no reason to bring the 512 TR back to its original state. The Italian super sports car got a spoiler lip for the front apron, there were the typical screwed fender flares and LB installed a modern one at the rear diffuser and a Ducktail spoiler lip.
The exhaust system looks original at first glance, but according to hashtags during the release of Liberty Walk, it could also come from FI Exhausts. And also an eye-catcher are the wonderful LD97 Forged drop center rims. They are significantly larger than the standard Alus and the look is of course completely different. They are equipped forged wheels with Advan tires with visible branding on the flanks and the rest of the bodywork is simply finished in classy black. By the way, the usual stickers that you usually put on are not available this time Liberty Walk modified vehicles. The rear and side windows were still tinted and they complete the look. Oh yes, don't forget the chassis. One is installed Airride air suspension, which sends the Italian towards the street at the touch of a button.
powerful 4,9-liter twelve-cylinder
As far as we know, there were no changes to the engine. The 4,9-liter twelve-cylinder with four valves per cylinder accelerates the 512 TR to 100 km/h in around 4,8 seconds and the quarter mile is completed in just 13,2 seconds. The still impressive 428 PS & 490 Nm torque make this possible. In this case, the load is delayed with what appears to be a completely new one sports brake system front and back. And inside? There are no pictures, but a reference to Sparco Sports Seats. If we get more information about the changes, there is of course an update for this report. You will be informed of this if you simply use ours Feed subscribe to. Have fun watching the pictures and stay true to us!
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