Ferrari is blowing minds once again as the supercar company has revealed its latest project, a one-off build called the SP28. Built using the chassis and running gear of the 488 GTB, the Ferrari Design Center was put to task to create a unique car that celebrated the owner's love for racing. The end result is the SP28, a car with all-new bodywork, wrapped in a three-layer metallic red with a design that takes inspiration from the legendary F40.
One of the most striking design elements is the three transversal slats where the rear glass engine cover would normally be, this design element allows heat to escape from the engine and descends toward the seamlessly integrated rear spoiler that recalls one of the F40's most iconic details.
Other features include inset headlights that were designed to be as thin as possible, a 308 GTB-inspired slim bumper lip with daytime running lights, and a complete concealment of the 488's signature scoops, which is traded in for a striking new form that still manages to direct air flow into the intercoolers.