There are pixel artists who are digitally fixated on Ferrari models. Our just-acquired Ferrari Daytona SP3, which is concrete-gray in color, seemed to be carefree and worry-free.
It’s time for something retro now, like another resurgence of the iconic Ferrari F40 from the late 1980s and early 1990s.
Almost thirty years after its production, people are still talking about the mid-engine, rear-wheel-drive sports vehicle that Pininfarina and Nicola Materazzi developed. Considering the kind and affectionate changes we witness throughout the digital automobile industry, we may argue that it has persisted in their hearts.
The latest comes courtesy of Czech Republic-based virtual artist Rostislav Prokop, better known as rostislav_prokop on social media, who takes a moment to show us more views of a recent CGI project.
The new rendering of the Ferrari F40
Readers who are acquainted with his digital creations are already aware that several magazines have hired this author to realize their creative ideals.
The CGI specialist most recently collaborated with HotCars to recreate the 1959 Cadillac Eldorado Biarritz, the 1978 Ford Bronco, the 1983 Chevrolet Camaro, the Dakar-inspired Ferrari 275 GTB, and even a disguised version of the Ferrari Purosangue.
However, he was also working on the resurgence of the iconic Ferrari F40 shortly before all of them.
Fortunately, a second glimpse has also surfaced, offering more views of the urban landscape that nearly bring the F40’s envisioned revival to life.
Regretfully, it is only a delusion. Even though the majority of the components and pieces have been entirely updated, it’s still a fantastic build for someone who wants to reinvent themselves. The distinctive rear wing style and the triple center exhaust on the front help to identify it as the legendary F40 return.