Ferrari Vision Hipermodulo is Inspired by Spaceships and Pininfarina Classics

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Loading...It’s hard to imagine a high tech sci fi Ferrari nowadays, especially since the traditional Ferrari design has evolved on its own, without borrowing from other areas, but let’s see what this concept brings. Rendered by Emmanuel Hernandez, the design goes back to Pininfarina roots and seems to adopt crazy Star Trek specs. Meet the Ferrari Vision Hipermodulo! Continue reading “Ferrari Vision Hipermodulo is Inspired by Spaceships and Pininfarina Classics”

Ferrari EGO Concept is a Compact Hypercar of the Year 2025

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Loading...Back in 2011, when the Ferrari EGO concept appeared, 2025 seemed like a very remote time, but now when we’re close to 2017 not so much. The creation of designers Salvatore Simonetti, Massimiliano Petrachi and Vincenzo Morlino, plus Luca Zunino, the EGO is a lightweight and compact hypercar.  Continue reading “Ferrari EGO Concept is a Compact Hypercar of the Year 2025”

Ferrari 612 GTO Created by German Designer Sasha Selipanov

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Loading...It’s pretty strange to see a brand new Ferrari GTO coming from a German designer, but nothing’s impossible nowadays. Thus, we have the Ferrari 612 GTO concept, created by Sasha Selipanov, who did a tremendous job, I have to say.

This model is obviously related to the next generation of Scaglietti and it’s a hardcore flavor of the Ferrari 4 seater. Sadly we have no tech specs, but I can imagine an upgrade from the 5.7 litre V12 engine we were expecting to see, plus a solid 600 bhp to start from, if not more. Sasha used influences from the classic Ferrari 250 GTO for this concept, as shown by the triple air intakes we see here.

Autoblog claims that this is a hybrid between the Aston Martin One-77 and the Ferrari 458 Italia and they sure have a point. What do you think?

[via Diseno Art]

Flying Ferrari X-Racer is Wipeout Material, too Futuristic to be Called a “Car”

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Loading...Are you familiar with the Wipeout console game? The series includes Wipeout 2097 and a title called Wipeout HD, that, if I’m not mistaking was also made for the PlayStation 3 console. Well, the following concept racing vehicle reminds me of the flying racers you could use in the title, only this time it’s a Ferrari we’re talking about.


Designer Vincent Montreuil created the beautiful Flying Ferrari X-Racer concept, although it’s far from being a supercar, since this word will change its definition 50 years from now. The creator of this wonderful Ferrari imagines a future with a new sport, an air vehicle racing with race tracks in the air, basically an upgrade from the current Formula 1.

Could the X-Racer be the future of Ferrari racing cars? Will the Alonsos and Lewis Hamiltons of the future drive such sci-fi racers?


There are even some specifications attached to this project and we learn that the super racer will measure 8 metres in length, 12 in width and 1.56 in height. Ferrari X-Racer’s  speed will be around 2056 km/h and the engine will be “2 Turbostator with Xtrem FireForce”, whatever that means.

Cooling turbines, lateral air intakes and a stabilization reactor complete the specifications list. What do you say, futuristic or viable?






[via Yanko Design]

Ferrari F460 Tifosi, a V8 Concept Supercar of 2008

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Loading...We’ve had our share of , too many actually, so it’s time to go Italian for a while and check out this Ferrari F460 beauty. The Tifosi is a concept supercar created by Atilla Tay and the wannabe successor of the Ferrari F430.


There’s a powerful V8 mid-mounted engine at the core of this automobile, a 4.6 litre one to be more precise. Keeping the style of the F430, you’ll be able to see the engine of the F460 through a glass window, as for the design of this supercar, it seems to follow the shape of… DNA, believe it or not!

The Tifosi (Italian word for “fan”) is all about flowing lines and a matt black colour that gets the aggressive look going. Will this now scale model ever make it to the streets?



[via diseno-art]