The Ferrari F750 concept car has a few things in common with the Prancing Horse's new F70 supercar due out next year. For starters, the F750 is powered by both an electric engine and a gasoline engine, with the two front-drive electric engines acting as a sort of turbo booster. Both cars also have a wildly futuristic look that is still undeniably Ferrari-inspired.
Unlike the F70, the F750 was designed by Marc Devauze, Vianney Brecheisen and Alexandre Labruyere for the Ferrari World Design contest. The vehicle was meant to be driven in the year 2025, which gives it almost no shot whatsoever at going from concept to reality. Still, the Ferrari F750 has a few features that could make it into current and future models, including the aforementioned electric engine turbo and its removable and customizable interior.
The Ferrari F750 Showcases the Future of the Prancing Horse
1. Electric-gasoline Hybrid Supercars - Exploring the intersection of electric and gasoline power in high-performance vehicles, opening up opportunities for superior acceleration and fuel efficiency.
2. Futuristic Design in Automobiles - Pushing the boundaries of car design, creating visually stunning and distinctive vehicles that capture attention and define the future of automotive aesthetics.
3. Customizable Automotive Interiors - Meeting the demand for personalized and adaptable interior spaces in vehicles, providing flexibility and customization options for a unique driving experience.
1. Automotive Manufacturing - Manufacturing companies can embrace hybrid technologies and futuristic design to develop innovative and high-performance supercars.
2. Electric Vehicle Industry - The electric vehicle industry can capitalize on the advancements in electric and hybrid powertrains for greater range and efficiency in their offerings.
3. Interior Design and Customization - Companies specializing in automotive interiors can seize the opportunity to create functional and customizable interior designs for futuristic vehicles.