The network published a render of the future hypercar of Ferrari 413July 1, 2018
Ferrari, like any automaker, strives to expand its own line of models, and is constantly in the creative process. This time the company decided to render a render of the conceptual model of hypercar 413 in UFO style.
The rendering of a possible Ferrari F413, created by designer Shane Baxley, can easily be rejected by the company as too complex for serial production. But who knows what will happen with the design of cars in 10, 20 or 30 years?
Just look at the Ferrari LaFerrari – it looks stunning by today’s standards. We can only imagine what they would say about this car in the 1960s and 1970s.
The image of this hypothetical Ferrari seems incomplete. However, the render is a complete work and a ready-made offer for the company. The car is devoid of the traditional bodywork, and the front fenders are part of the bumper with a lower wing and integrated optics. Similarly, the rear lights are located. In the middle is a futuristic cockpit with a large glass roof, surrounded by aerodynamic wings.
The interior is also impressive and offers space for only one person. The driver sits in a racing bucket of carbon fiber and controls the car with the help of a sports steering wheel. All the necessary information about the state of the vehicle is displayed on a small touch screen mounted on the steering wheel, also allowing the driver to switch between the three driving modes – Track, Wet and Pazzo. Speed and engine parameters are projected onto the windshield.
In our opinion, this hypercar needs a fully electric power plant. Given the design of the body, it is likely that the Ferrari 413 will receive a four-engine layout (1 motor per wheel).
Naturally, now it’s just a fantasy on how the future hypercar will look, and so far there are no plans for its production.
Meanwhile, Ferrari decided to release a special version of the supercar 488 Pista. The uniqueness of this version is that the car will be offered exclusively for the clients of the Ferrari motorsport program.