Ferrari Concepts

Ferrari Concepts

The Ferrari Millenio could end up being a serious challenger to the Tesla Roadster by 2020 when other open-top electric supercars come to market. Two electric engines, one powered by solar panels and the other by an inductive power transfer system, power this two-seater with a carbon nanotube reinforced body that is stronger than steel but lighter than carbon fiber. How much will this be? Because the Porsche 918 will cost more than $1 million and is only available in very limited quantities, you should plan to pay at least that amount, or even more if you want one.

The Ferrari Manifesto

Regarding automobile design, France’s ISD-Rubika design school has come up with the Ferrari Manifesto, a future concept car. Awarded the “Gran Premio Assoluto” by the carmaker, this idea received great marks for its elegant design, spectacular door mechanism, and incredible overall vision. In contrast to other concepts, the Manifesto’s body, interior, and running gear have been completed, which impressed Ferrari engineers, drivers, and collectors.

The Ferrari F80.

With a total output of 1,200 hp, the Ferrari F80, designed by Adriano Raeli, features an innovative hybrid drivetrain that utilizes a KERS system with a 900-hp twin-turbo V8 engine. 2.2 seconds from 0 to 60 mph, With a weight of 1,763 pounds and a peak speed of 310 mph,

Ferrari Project F

F1-like cockpit canopy and McLaren P1-like round rear panel are found on the Project F Concept, which the Ferrari 458 Italia inspired. The 458 Italia’s 464-horsepower 4.5 liter V8 has been pushed up a touch, with twin-turbochargers not out of the question, but no power numbers have been confirmed.

Aston Martin Vanquish

Formula One racing vehicles and street-legal GTs have inspired the elegant Aliante design for the Ferrari World Design Competition. The low ride height and wedge-shaped front end give it a solid stance and a planted feel, typical of mid-engine sports cars. The car’s translucent engine cover, which reveals its hybrid drivetrain, is visible above.

Formula One’s newest spacecraft

It seemed only right that we end on a high note with this Ferrari Spaceship. It was designed by Ferrari design director Flavio Manzoni and appears to be capable of making cargo missions to the International Space Station at the very least. The F1 spoiler on the LaFerrari and the FXX K inspired the front, while Blade Runner, Flash Gordon, and 2001: A Space Odyssey inspired the back. There will be less and less space on the ground. Therefore Manzoni tried to picture something that might fly to create something distinct from his childhood ideal.

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