As if Liberty Walk’s work on certain Ferrari models wasn’t sacrilegious enough, this Japanese tuner takes it a few notches up with a slammed 348.
Although it reached its pinnacle some time ago, the low rider scene is still going strong, with various tuners opting to slam their cars as close to the ground as possible, in order to give them a clean/sporty/aggressive look.
Now, depending on who you ask, a car’s stance varies from scene to scene, with every culture following certain standards. The term stance varies greatly from the one that is accompanied by words like “poke, stretch, tuck, drop, and flush” – a mix of USDM culture with Euro-spec Worthersee-prepped Volkswagens. And somewhere in the middle lies this 348.
By today’s standards, the mid-engine, rear-wheel-drive V8-powered sports car isn’t excruciatingly fast, but it is an affordable Ferrari (for now), that can still turn heads. So why not make it a hands-down attention grabber?
That’s probably what Japan-based tuner shop FERS.CRU thought, as it widened and flared the Ferrari’s body to accommodate the humongous split rims. Crafted for shop Slacker’s Haunt, the Pininfarina-sketched vehicle was lowered to the point of being un-drivable.
Well, at least it comes equipped with air suspension and it can become a normal Ferrari after showing-off.