Samir Sadikhov's Ferrari Xerzi is a conceptual 'hypercar' inspired by a European wind. Sadikhov's creation seats one, has a jet-like cockpit and is partially powered by wind. Oh, and it looks amazing too.
The Ferrari Xerzi was created for the 2011 Ferrari World Design Contest. The vehicle's unique name comes from a local wind located on the western portion of the Caspian Sea. The Xerzi was designed to look as graceful and move as fast as a quick breeze.
It was also designed to take advantage of said breeze and features two small propellers that can gather wind energy to provide interior electrical power. The roof of the Ferrari Xerzi also features a small wing that can function as a rear spoiler or as an air intake to help cool the engine at high speeds.
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