Ferrari Eternity Hybrid Wins the Ferrari World Design Contest 2011

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Loading...The Ferrari World Design Contest 2011 was an initiative meant to gather designs of Ferrari vehicles from all over the world, for the sake of diversity. Well, this happened and included design students from over 50 schools all over, but in the end the winner was the Ferrari Eternity or Eternita concept, created by South Korea students.

Kim Cheong Ju, Ahn Dre and Lee Sahngseok from Hongik University took the prize, revealing a beautiful hybrid electric sports car. Eternity has a body made totally out of carbon fiber, for the sake of lower weight and also on top there’s a lithium coating for extra engine power. The fuel of choice is hydrogen for this supercar, relying on the system “Fly-Wheel Energy Storage”.

Friction reduction and smooth driving is achieved to the Maglev system and this may certainly be the future. Of course, fans of the traditional and classic Ferrari design will say that they don’t like this concept one bit, but it’s time to evolve, don’t you think?

[via Dvice]

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