Let’s face it, there are far less supercars powered by naturally-aspirated engines than ever before, so it’s always refreshing to see somethinng like this Ferrari Aliante Barchetta concept by industrial designer Daniel Soriano drawing power from a Flat-12 engine, mated to a 6-speed manual transmission. Design wise, this roadster is inspired by several Ferrari and Pininfarina designs through the 2000s – Enzo Ferrari, LaFerrari, etc. Read more for additional pictures and information.
“The Aliante Barchetta comes with a carbon fibre monocoque with integrated seats, big scoops, no doors, no windows and no roof. Designed by a supercars-of-the-heyday fanatic, the conceptual 2019 Aliante Barchetta clearly is a hat-tip to the glory of automotive design from the good old days… and as designer Daniel Soriano rather eloquently states his design brief, ‘Modern hipsters will hate it’,” reports Yanko Design.