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The Lotec TT1000: The Ultimate 01 of 03 Ferrari Testarossa Modification

The Lotec TT1000 was created utilizing actual carbon body panels to replicate the F40 by basing it on the Ferrari Testarossa. With supercharging and a pressure of 0.85 bar, the 12-cylinder engine produced 780 HP and 920 Nm after a significant improvement.

The Ferrari Testarossa had a top speed of 355 km/h and required 4.8 seconds to go from 0 to 100 km/h. The flat-12 engine of the Lotec TT1000 has been updated, and two turbochargers have been added, bringing the engine's horsepower up to 1000.


The engine's 1,000 horsepower and 1,100 Nm of torque allow the rear-wheel-drive vehicle to accelerate from a complete stop to 100 km/h in 4.1 seconds. Although the speedometer only goes up to 400 km/h, the top speed is 370 km/h.

Kurt Lotterschmid established the German sports vehicle firm Lotec in 1962. The company started making race vehicles in 1969, and in 1975 they started working on Porsche customizations.

They started producing aftermarket aerodynamic and performance equipment for Ferrari and Mercedes-Benz vehicles in 1983. The Lotec TT1000 had an F40-inspired design and was based on the Ferrari Testarossa. The Bavarian automaker has changed three Italian vehicles in total.

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