Being replaced by the newer, and arguably more capable, 488 Spider hasn’t made the Ferrari 458 Spider any less interesting.
In fact, the open-top supercar remains as hot as ever and continues to stun enthusiasts with its 4.5-liter naturally aspirated V8 engine, which is still capable to throw a punch at the Lamborghini Gallardo and McLaren MP4-12C, among others.
This, on the other hand, is not your average 458 Spider but has been digitally infused with some retro nuts and bolts inspired by the classic Testarossa. The details can be seen on the front bumper and include the additional lights, on the sides, where the rear vents carry that unique design of the model that remained in production from 1984 to 1996, and end with the classic’s trademark alloys.
The man behind the project is YasidDesign, whom you may remember from injecting additional pixels into the Lamborghini Countach that got Aventador SV and Huracan-inspired parts, a Diablo that used the Murcielago SV and the Aventador to take us back to the future and a peculiar McLaren P1 pickup truck.