At this point, automotive designer Rain Prisk is a man that needs no introduction around these parts. He’s taken everything from a Bugatti Chiron, Toyota Supra and Porsche 918 Spyder from stock to off-road special in a series of concepts that are as well executed as they are absurd. They’re all ridiculous concepts that will likely never see the light of day, but even those concepts don’t hold a candle to his most preposterous creation yet–an off-road version of the most expensive car ever. That’s right, Prisk has taken a Ferrari 250 GTO–the first, second and third most expensive cars ever sold at auction–and turned it into an off-road supercar with modified fenders, new suspension, fat tires, and roof-mounted LED light bar. Is it absolute sacrilege to take a $40,000,000+ car and modify it into something that’s going to be driven through mud, over rocks and into harsh terrain? Absolutely. But that’s kind of Rain Prisk’s modus operandi and we love him for it.