Photo credit: Luca Serafini
Automotive designer Luca Serafini believes Maserati needs a flagship vehicle, and the MilleMiglia should be under heavy consideration should it become a reality. Based on the Maserati 250F and 6CM, this single-seat, open-top hypercar sports a curvy body with swooping lines cascading across the car’s sheet metal. It’s finished in Italian Avio and features LED daytime running lights while out back, a third brake light runs vertically up the rear. Read more for additional pictures and information.
The interior is just as sleek as the exterior, with plenty of exposed carbon fiber parts, including a pentagonal steering wheel and a single seat located in a carbon-fiber tub, complete with small embedded infotainment screens, while a five-point racing harness keeps you fasted in. There’s no mention of its powerplant, but we wouldn’t be surprised to see an electric setup tucked in there somewhere.