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Sonny Crocket and Ricardo Tubbs might want to return to the small screen if they could drive the Officine Fioravanti Testarossa. The Italian, heavily straked beast from the ’80s gets a truly impressive redo with a reworked flat-12 engine that churns out 500 horses (up from the original’s 385) and propels the car to a new top speed of 201 mph. It also gets undergirded by an active suspension system, adjustable suspension settings, and Brembo brakes. The driver can even make changes to the traction control and the ABS for some great hooligan fun. The rest of the car remains largely the same, and it’s all the better for it.

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