Ferrari Enzo design concept

by Alex

The Ferrari Enzo supercar is not one of the, but the meanest and the most spectacular car in the supercar category as on date. There is no other car that can match this one and none seem to be so in the distant horizon unless Ferrari themselves think up of coming out with a successor to this one.

Concept designer Peter Simon has given some hint of what this successor could be like.

The concept that he has designed has a far more aggressive nose and front and overall the car has a design that is unique in its own fashion.

He drew inspiration from human and animal bones, and this is what he himself has acknowledged. He then mixed this thought process with the flair of Maranello that gives the shape of a swooping angel which in itself is a unique design idea that has never been seen to date.

The work is indeed ingenious and Peter should be given appreciation for this out of the box thinking. Whether the Enzo successor to be would look this way or not is not known but the work is definitely worth praising.

Source: topspeed

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