Bold concept Ferrari CascoRosso showed on rendersDecember 14, 2020
Take a look at the magnificent Ferrari hypercar project from an independent designer who presented his vision of the style of Italian supercars.
The Ferrari CascoRosso, whose name literally translates to Red Helmet, is inspired by the iconic Ferrari Testarossa sports car that debuted at the 1984 Paris Motor Show. The author of this concept is independent designer Dejan Hristov.
The car on the renders is thought out to the smallest detail, and its appearance is not devoid of a share of aggression. The supercar gets a lot of very interesting aerodynamic elements: air vents, a thin bucket on the roof, an active rear wing, and more.
The concept car’s door handles are missing. Most likely, they will open according to the principle of “gull wings” – this would be in perfect harmony with the car’s catchy appearance.
In general, Ferrari CascoRosso turned out to be very athletic, embossed and dynamic.
The rear of the car is designed in the spirit of Ferrari, while the front is more original. If you put a different logo, it would be very difficult to recognize Ferrari in CascoRosso.
Earlier, Ferrari decided on the cost of the SF90 Stradale, which is the most powerful production version in the brand’s model range. The total output of the hybrid motor reaches 1000 horsepower.
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