• Image Credit: Ugar Sahin Design
  • Image Credit: Ugar Sahin Design
  • Image Credit: Ugar Sahin Design
  • Image Credit: Ugar Sahin Design
  • Image Credit: Ugar Sahin Design
  • Image Credit: Ugar Sahin Design
  • Image Credit: Ugar Sahin Design
  • Image Credit: Ugar Sahin Design
  • Image Credit: Ugar Sahin Design
  • Image Credit: Ugar Sahin Design
  • Image Credit: Ugar Sahin Design
  • Image Credit: Ugar Sahin Design
  • Image Credit: Ugar Sahin Design
  • Image Credit: Ugar Sahin Design
  • Image Credit: Ugar Sahin Design
  • Image Credit: Ugar Sahin Design
  • Image Credit: Ugar Sahin Design
  • Image Credit: Ugar Sahin Design
  • Image Credit: Ugar Sahin Design
  • Image Credit: Ugar Sahin Design
  • Image Credit: Ugar Sahin Design
  • Image Credit: Ugar Sahin Design
  • Image Credit: Ugar Sahin Design
  • Image Credit: Ugar Sahin Design
  • Image Credit: Ugar Sahin Design
  • Image Credit: Ugar Sahin Design
  • Image Credit: Ugar Sahin Design
  • Image Credit: Ugar Sahin Design
  • Image Credit: Ugar Sahin Design
  • Image Credit: Ugar Sahin Design
Look, Ferrari, your latest line of cars is arguably the best looking group of prancing stallions since the early 1970s. Even the rather dull California has gotten some attention, thanks to the new California T. But this, the Ferrari F from Ugur Sahin Design, is just better.

Believe it or not, that is based on a 458 Italia. It's like the designer has taken the very best aspects of the Pagani Huayra, Jim Glickenhaus' P4/5 and the Ferrari LaFerrari and combined them into one amazing package. We think it's positively stunning.

Now, obviously, there are some aspects that wouldn't work for a production car. For example, those rear blind spots are probably huge. But when a car looks this good, who really cares? In fact, we'd be willing to designate this Ferrari as the best looking car Ugur Sahin has penned, which is high praise indeed.

Scroll up and have a look at the Ferrari F for yourself.


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