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Now this rendering is not from or by Ferrari, but an independent graphic designer. Still, this would be a beautiful successor to the LaFerrari. Source: https://www.motor1.com/news/400628/ferrari-stallone-hypercar-concept/
If you've spent any amount of time looking at exotic or sports cars, you've come across Roy and Cat's Exotics. Based out of Lynnwood, WA in the United States there is no distance too far for Roy and his team. It's been fun to watch his business grow and to be a pillar of the Lamborghini community. Roy was one of the first to sponsor our site again, no questions asked, and we're happy to partner with him and hopefully bring him some new and repeat customers. It's often I find myself just scrolling through inventory to see what they have and what's incoming. Case in point, this bad ass Aventador SV-J in Blue Cephus Metallic... Link: http://www.catsexotics.com/vehicle-details/2019-lamborghini-aventador-svj-lynnwood-wa-id-31188360 So if you are in the market for an awesome sportscar, be it any brand, especially the exotics, make sure you contact Roy and his team. You won't be disappointed! He moves cars, so if you want to sell yours, make him your first call as well! Maybe a McLaren 720S? Link: http://www.catsexotics.com/vehicle-details/2019-mclaren-720s-performance-mso--lynnwood-wa-id-30713893 How about a nice Ferrari? I'd love a 575M in my stable! Link: http://www.catsexotics.com/vehicle-details/2003-ferrari-575m-maranello-lynnwood-wa-id-28849035
SEMA isn't for everyone. It's the proverbial buffet of the aftermarket industry in Las Vegas each year. There is always more bad and good, but i love it none the less. If you've never been, it's worth going atlesst once. One stand out this year was this Ferrari 328 GTS widebody. I don't claim to be an expert on Ferrari's, but this was too cool to not share it. Love it or hate it, it got plenty of attention. SEMA Ferrari 328 GTS Widebody via Speedhunters Check out the write up for Speedhunters at the link.