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These Epic Ferraris Are What Dreams Are Made Of

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Something as beautiful as this deserves to be made,

Ferrari has been in expansion mode lately. Not only is it building more supercars than ever, but it's also prepping its first-ever SUV. At the same time, the iconic Italian marque has launched some downright stunning limited-edition models, specifically the Monza SP1 and SP2. Both are based on the 812 Superfast's general underpinnings, sharing that glorious naturally aspirated 6.5-liter V12 with nearly 800 hp.

We know Ferrari is planning additional special editions for its most loyal customers, but no specific details have leaked. One rumor even claims a reborn Testarossa is in the works. We'll see. In the meantime, rendering artist SP Designs Est has released this crop of images on Instagram and we're in love.

Basically, what we're looking at is a hypothetical Monza coupe. If anyone from Ferrari is reading this, please take note. You'll be hard pressed to find anyone who wouldn't want to see it – in any color – not become reality. To us, they're everything a Ferrari should be: sleek, exotic, and sexy as hell. Thing is, Ferrari has its own in-house design team and we don't think SP Designs Est is on staff. Still, turning the SP speedsters into a solid roof coupe with a fastback design is a great idea. It looks great from both the front and rear three-quarters angles in every color.

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By the way, we're digging red and yellow. A few other notes: the coupes retain the speedsters' distinct sharp headlights, side air vents, and rear LED light bar. Honestly, it's probably not unique enough from the speedsters for Ferrari to seriously considering building. Ferrari isn't known for doing the same thing more than once. But at the same time, we also think these renderings look just as good, if not better, than the 812 Superfast itself. Just saying, Ferrari. Just saying.