Posts Tagged ‘ferrari concept’

Ferrari World Design Contest

Tuesday, July 19th, 2011:

Here we have the winner of the Ferrari World Design Contest 2011, where 50 universities from around the world competed. This winning Ferrari design was constructed by three students from the Hongik University of Seoul, South Korea. They call it the Ferrari Eternità, and have the inital 2D rendering, 3D computer model, as well as a 1:4 scale model on display. Chairman Luca di Montezemolo of Ferrari was impressed with the results, and praised the students for their hard work and creativity while competing in the Ferrari World Design Contest. Hit the jump to see the other two finalists concepts, and stay tuned for a future Ferrari that could use some of these styling ideas.

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Ferrari 612 GTO Concept

Thursday, January 27th, 2011:

This Ferrari 612 GTO concept has been circling the internet for some time now, but it just dawned on me what this car is really made of. Judging the body style, I would say it looks awfully similar to this Corvette ZR1 Wide Body Conversion, while the curves of the body and windows have me thinking Maserati GranTurismo, and Aston Martin One-77 bloodlines. Then come the headlights resembling those of the new Godzilla Nissan GT-R, and the rear is undoubtedly a one-off of the Corvette ZR1 with its squared style. Hopefully, Ferrari will take this 612 GTO Concept into consideration, because it combines some of the most stylish cars in the world today, and is a masterpiece in my opinion.

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Ferrari Enzo Concept

Monday, September 20th, 2010:

Ferrari Enzo Concept

Everyone in the automotive world is still waiting for the Ferrari Enzo successor, and Radovan Varicak has displayed these concept pictures of what the new F70 could look like. We are uncertain if the car will be called the Enzo again, but we do know that code name for this project is the Ferrari F70. From the factory it should produce around 700 bhp with the V8 twin-turbo, while only weighing around 1,200 kg. The estimated acceleration time from 0 to 100 km/h will be under 3 seconds, while the high end Ferrari will top out around 360 km/h. Now these are only the renderings from Radovan, but expect to hear about a full press release once Ferrari finishes the design details.

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