Industrial designer David Gallego spent 7-months creating the Ferrari F25 Concept, an electric hypercar, that was modeled after iconic 1960s models, like the 250 LM, 330 P4, 350 Can Am, 512 S Berlinetta Speciale and 512 S Modulo Concept. Once the designs were completed, it was then 3D-printed to bring the vehicle one step closer to reality. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
“So then what do we think? To be clear, there’s no telling what type of hypothetical electric power unit might reside underneath the body of this equally hypothetical design. So if we go by visuals alone, we can easily make a case for this F25 concept looking properly futuristic – like something out of Minority Report, only a lot more aggressive. As for notable features, there is the large panoramic windshield, the long wheelbase, active rear spoiler (seemingly) and the Formula One style steering wheel,” reports Car Scoops.