Friday, February 18, 2011

2011 Ferrari Sport Cars Ferrari Enzo Concept By Peter Simon Design

2011 Ferrari Sport Cars Ferrari Enzo Concept By Peter Simon Design
Based on the Credo E-Bone form language, Peter Simon designed an incredible Ferrari concept. This designer takes the Italian dynamic and organic, soft shapes that are closest to nature. Inside and out, this vehicle is meant to radiate energy and power. The inspiration is no less than animal and human bones, creating a dynamic supercar that’s highly energetic.
This is the Ferrari Sport Cars Ferrari Enzo, the cars that never ever stops, but appears to sit in time even as it flies down the highway. In the event that our fantasy does come true, concept cars designer Peter Simon already has an idea of what he thinks the Enzo successor is going to look like.
2011 Ferrari Sport Cars Ferrari Enzo Concept By Peter Simon Design
Featuring a far more aggressive nose and front end than the real Enzo, Simon’s concept work is the personification of a car that certainly poses a design identity that’s all its own.
According to Simon, the inspiration behind his work was taken from – get this – human and animal bones. Simon took his inspiration, weird as it sounds, and combines with the flair of Maranello to create a striking study that boasts of swooping angles that we’ve never seen from an actual Prancing Horse.
2011 Ferrari Sport Cars Ferrari Enzo Concept By Peter Simon Design
It’s not hard to imagine what the world would be like if Ferrari did come out with a successor to the venerable Enzo supercar. As one of the meanest and most awesome supercars to come out of Maranello in history, the 2011 Ferrari Sport Cars Ferrari Enzo Concept By Peter Simon Design certainly has no equal – that is unless a successor to it comes along down the road.
2011 Ferrari Sport Cars Ferrari Enzo Concept By Peter Simon Design

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