How will the Ferrari of 2040 look?

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Images of 2040 Ferrari Manifesto

To aid them choose just what vehicles will look like in 2040, Ferrari placed on Ferrari Top Design Challenge.

These four are: the Hochschule Pforzheim from Germany, which provides a vehicle design training course for its pupils and is deemed one of the most effective in Europe; the College of Creative Research studies in Detroit, the USA, renowned around the globe for its superb establishments and also experienced staff; the Hongik University in Seoul, South Korea, the top of its kind in the Asia-Pacific area and the victor of the 2011 Ferrari World Style Contest; and also finally, another participant from Europe has made it into the finals through ISD-Rubika from Valenciennes, France. And also if 25 years seems a long way off, remember 25 years ago Ferrari was constructing the F40.

Currently, a little over a year later on, 12 finalist models have been chosen, 3 from each school. There‘s your last twelve.

Office workers are made up of parts of the whole, working on the project.
Vector illustration of teamwork concept. Office workers are made up of parts of the whole, working on the project.
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