Ferrari chief designer explains how the SF90 Spider was createdNovember 29, 2020
The Italian automaker has released a video in which its chief designer, Flavio Manzoni, who created the design for the Ferrari SF90 Spider hybrid supercar, details and shows his work.
Ferrari has released a video in which the automaker’s chief designer Flavio Manzoni explains in detail the design of the new Ferrari SF90 Spider roadster. I must say that it is very rare to find out about all the chips and ideas of the car’s appearance from the designer who worked on it for many hours.
Flavio Manzoni has extensive experience in car design.
He has worked on the looks of some of the most beautiful modern Ferrari models including the Ferrari FF, F12 Berlinetta, 458 Speciale, LaFerrari, California T, 488, 812 Superfast, Portofino, Monza SP1, SF90 and so on. In addition, Mr. Manzoni was also the head of design at the German VW Auto Group, where he worked on the new VW Golf and UP!
Hearing Manzoni explain the design of the SF90 Spider is a rare opportunity to learn exactly how the Italian supercar was created and why it is exactly as we see it today.
In the case of the Ferrari SF90 Spider, Manzoni spends a lot of time explaining how integrated all the aerodynamic elements are in this particular supercar and what role all body elements, except aesthetic, play.
“The focus on beauty, along with performance, gives Ferrari a unique edge over competitors that focus more on performance,” he added.
Not so long ago, AutoTimesNews wrote that the Novitec studio finalized the Ferrari Monza SP1 speedster. Specialists of the Novitec studio showed the upgraded single-seat speedster Ferrari Monza SP1, while improvements are also offered for the two-seater variation.
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