In the eyes of the Prancing Horse, every car that leaves Maranello is perfect. They need nothing, and end-user modifications are heavily frowned upon, to the extent that Ferrari has been known to refuse to sell cars to customers who have harmed the brand. While the 308 would define Ferrari's image in the popular mind for a decade, designer Carlos Pecino thought he could improve on the aesthetics — and the 308 is old enough, Ferrari won't care anyway, right? The mods are appropriately subtle, working with the existing lines rather than trying to redefine them. A lowered stance, rear bumper delete, and large Hoosier racing slicks on classic steel wheels. Pecino sees the twin-turbo V8 from McLaren behind the seats, something that is sure to raise Maranello's ire.