Carbon fiber Ferrari 250 GT Ready for collectors

Auction Block: 1962 Ferrari 250 GT SWB Berlinetta By Scaglietti |  HiConsumption

GTO Engineering modified the Ferraro 250 GT carbon fiber under the name Moderna

The Ferrari 250 GT is a product that is in great demand among collectors. This also prompted GTO Engineering to make changes to the assembled products from the 1950s onwards.

According to Car and Driver, changes were made by the British manufacturer while maintaining the typical body curves of the Ferrari 250 GT. It’s just that this car looks sportier and lighter because it’s made of carbon fiber.

The car that was built in a retro-mod style was called Moderna

In addition to using a carbon body, this car is also supported by aluminum subframes.

To improve handling, Moderna is also being equipped with completely independent front and rear suspension. Throughout the combo, the price of this car is expected to drop to $ 1 million.

On the one hand, Moderna will rely on LED lighting systems for headlights and taillights to shine with today’s look. In keeping with the existing design language, the diving torch also has a simple, classic design.

Regarding engine performance

GTO Engineering has not yet released the details at this point. However, it is certain that this car will be equipped with a V12 engine that can produce an estimated 315 horsepower.

Aluminum doors and hoods continue to be used on this car for optimal performance. This was done consciously in order to be able to offer the right weight combination for the vehicle.