A new concept from Ferrari.
New images and details on the Ferrari Xezri Concept, the project by Turin IED graduate Samir Sadikhov that won the 2nd prize at the Ferrari World Design Contest 2011.
The Ferrari Xezri by Samir Sadikhov from Azerbaijan is a sportscar inspired by wind for both the aesthetics and the aerodynamics, taking into consideration the principles of "flexible aerodynamics".
The rear wing, positioned horizontally on the car's roof, is automatically activated at speeds higher than 200 km/h, revealing an air intake that allows to better cool the engine.
The Xezri project was selected for the "purity and elegance of its design, proposed in future perspective. The shapes are reminiscent of some of the most charming Ferrari of the past."
The 2nd place won by Turin IED follows the first prize received at the 2005 edition of the contest.
Samir Sadikhov received the award from Ferrari CEO Amedeo Felisa, Paolo Pininfarina and Flavio Manzoni.
IED participated in the final stage of the contest with two other projects: the 540 Pegaso by Giuseppe Ceccio, Giacomo Pierin e Matteo Politano and the Ethesian by Alessandro Nardolillo, all graduated from the three-year post-diploma course in Transportation Design -- academic year 2010-2011.
The three projects were selected by Ferrari among a total of 11 proposals, developed by students as their final thesis for the course.
All the projects will be on display at the "Apriti IED -- Naturally Powerful 2011″ exhibition, which will take place at the school headquarters until the end of September.
The exhibition is free and open to the public from Monday to Friday, 9AM-1PM and 2PM-6PM -- closed from 6 to 21 August.
NEW FERRARI 4 DOOR SUPER SPORTS CAR "LEBANON" CONCEPT
The Lebanon 4 door super sports car is designed to be as the platform for
the new Ferrari saloon super sports car. Taking into consideration Ferrari
and performance combined with simplicity and effectiveness.
Ferrari World Design Contest 2011 - Winner Ceremony
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Seoul's Hongik University wins Ferrari World Design Contest 2011
Maranello, 19th July 2011 -- Students from Seoul's Hongik University have
won the Ferrari World Design Contest, a competition in which 50 highly
prestigious universities across the globe took up Ferrari's challenge of
imagining its cars of the future. The Korean school was chosen ahead of the
second-placed IED of Turin in the final with London's Royal College of Arts
finishing in third position.
The first three classified models are:
1) Eternità -- Kim Cheong Ju (Korea Rep.), Ahn Dre (Korea Rep.), Lee
Sahngseok (Korea Rep.) -- Hongik University (Seoul)
2) Xezri -- Samir Sadikhov (Azerbaigian) -- IED (Turin)
3) Cavallo Bianco -- Henry Cloke (Regno Unito), Qi Haitao (Cina) -- RCA
Following the prize-giving ceremony, Ferrari chairman Luca di Montezemolo
commented: "Nurturing the creativity of young people is a fundamental
strategy in every walk of life. The Ferrari World Design Contest represents
a window that we want to keep open on the world and the creative energy of
the next generation. I saw at first hand the many genuinely innovative
ideas that these talented youngsters sent us and could feel the enormous
passion and commitment that had gone into them. I am certain that some of
these suggestions will come to light in the Ferraris of the future."
The Seoul students provided the finest interpretation of Ferrari's design
brief for a thoroughbred hypercar brimming with new generation technologies
and materials, a car extreme ("hyper") not only in its architecture but
also in every other aspect. Having completed an initial 2D design, the
entrants then generated 3D models in 3D Autodesk® Alias as well as making
a physical 1:4 scale model with particular emphasis on detailing and the
car interior in addition to more functional concerns.
All of the design concepts focused on reducing fuel consumption through
alternative propulsion systems, particularly hybrid engines. Another common
thread was the Boosting of driving
pleasure through weight reduction. More geometric forms alternated with
sinuous, almost organic lines in the various design projects.
There were also two special prizes. The "Autodesk Design Award", for the
best use of Alias software in the design process, was presented by the
technical partner to the contest to Hongik school. The second prize, the
"Most Unexpected Technological Solution" award, went to the team from
Jiangnan University (China) for the audacious technical solutions contained
in The Drake concept. The prizes were presented by Brenda Discher,
Autodesk's Vice President Industry Market, and Ferrari CEO Amedeo Felisa.
The three finalists, however, received their prizes from Ferrari chairman
Luca di Montezemolo, CEO Amedeo Felisa, Paolo Pininfarina, chairman of the
Pininfarina Group which has partnered Ferrari in the styling of its cars
for over six decades, and Flavio Manzoni, director of the Ferrari Style
Centre, which organised the contest.
2013 Ferrari Ferocia Concept
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Designed, and built (in Google Sketchup) by Shimmy.
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The Ferocia is my latest concept car and second stab at a Ferrari (after
the Velocita). I decided to raise the design bar with the Ferocia after the
2012 Velocita lacked soul in it's design. And after more than a month of
designing, revising, critiquing and 3D modelling I present the 630 Ferocia!
The Ferocia is the big brother of the 458 Italia and takes many features of
design over from that car, but in it's own way. It runs on a properly
monstrous 630hp V10. It stampedes from 0-60 in 3.3 seconds and has a top
speed of almost 210mph. The Ferocia is built to be ferocious, leading to
it's name (Ferocia - Ferocity in Italian). Don't get in this stallion's
way...__Thanks to contributors (for things like the logos, rims and rear
view mirrors) and thanks to those on LM who have assisted me with the
CLAY SCULPTING a Concept Ferrari Rear End - Exotic JZ COBRA
This is the JZ Cobra Concept made from a Supra Chassis. Here is the second
time lapse of sculpting the clay ferrari back end on the JZ COBRA CONCEPT.
This video has been done in a differant style for all those seeking to
learn how to do this sort of clay molding OR CLAY SCULPTING. All you need
to do is slow it right down to figer out all the details. This clay molding
or clay sculpting has been done on a toyota supra called the JZ COBRA
concept. This type of redesigning of a car is not called a new body kit but
is called a reshell because every panel is changed in shape or replaced
entirely. It is a concept car showing what can be done with an existing
chassis. Why choose a supra to do this with? Because the supra has very
strong running gear that many modern sports cars struggle to keep up with.
The supra is very modifiable, both with the engine and body, and well
respected. There really could not be a better platform for building an
exotic concept car!
Ferrari Enzo brutal acceleration
Decat Enzo on the motorway... PART 2 HERE:
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300km/h Ferrari LaFerrari OnBoard Monza Fast Laps in Traffic!!
A few very fast laps onboard the all black Ferrari LaFerrari with Manu
behind the wheel at Monza circuit through the traffic around the course.
Hope you enjoy the ride!
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ARCO - 3D Concept Car
My last design, the 3D concept car called ARCO.
Mi último diseño, el prototipo en 3D llamado ARCO.
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SCS - Matte Black Ferrari 599 GTO in Gothenburg
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I saw this 599 GTO as I was walking around town with my friend and quickly
hurried home to get my gear. I got back to the car just before the owner
left so I didn't get a lot of footage, but I did get a nice startup. Cars
like this one are very rare in Sweden. Only four of them are registered
here according to the owner, and it wouldn't surprise me if thats true.
Hopefully I'll get some more in depth footage of this amazing car some
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