Since the beginning of time, or at least since tuning cars was invented, people have found countless ways to push the envelope when it comes to modifying cars. The Japanese tuning firm at Auto Veloce have now given the Ferrari F430 some Lamborghini styling with a new body kit. Typically it’s hard to mistake a Lambo from a Ferrari and vice versa, but this time you can call it either and still be correct. This new Ferrari look is called SVR from Auto Veloce, which stands for Super Veloce Racing, so we can expect to see more of this car at shows and racing events.

Take notice that this Ferrari F430 now holds the distinct front air dam of a Lamborghini, similar quarter panel intakes, and a rear wing suspiciously related to the Murcielago Super Veloce and the Gallardo Superleggera project. We aren’t sure if this is the exact look that tuning company was aiming for, but the mending of the Ferrari-Lambo car styling seemed to work out to their advantage. In the end, they combined two super cars know for their unique Italian style, and made a masterpiece that all car enthusiasts can enjoy.

[Source: topspeed]