The article clearly says it's Autoweeks, but I believe it was based somewhat on the spy shots they saw. I can only hope they get rid of that ridiculous looking grill/hood thing in the middle. That looks horrible. The car now has a low, wide stance. I hope they run with that and just spice it up a little. I think the current ones look great though if you ask me.
The Ferrari 250 GTO, perhaps the bluest of blue-chip collector cars, has never exactly been underappreciated. Only 39 have been produced, so there have always been more collectors than there have been cars on the market.
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