Inside, there’s room for two people. Admittedly, the interior looks cruder than the exterior with its wooden dashboard. The team has also added a gear shifter and a sound system. In a video, we get to see the homemade Ferrari 488 GTB get taken for its first test drive. It’s not road legal, but this didn’t stop the team from taking it for a spin on the road, where it attracted a lot of attention from bystanders.
NHET TV claims its creation can reach a top speed of 60 km/h (37.2 mph), but judging from how fast it was being driven in the video it could easily be overtaken by a bicycle. The grating sound it makes won’t send shivers down your spine like a Ferrari, either. Still, this creation is undeniably impressive considering this DIY Ferrari supercar took just 60 days to build on a tiny budget of $1,000.