already have them since yesterday evening when they where released in high res.
the drawings look pretty sweet, now we just have to wait a few months till it's presented.
it would be SO cool if they presented during the Brussels Auto Salon :green:
I'm not sure I understand all the rave and excitement in this thread. This is just a concept at best. To me it looks like a sketch that will probably never see production. Perhaps I've missed some news recently, it looks cool but with just sketches it is too hard to tell what the production would look like.
Well I do think you've missed something. These are official Ferrari pictures of the new car they will present at the Detroit Motor Show on January 2004. Ferrari says, on their website, that it will be the new 2+2 Ferrari...so I don't think it's just a concept or a prototype!
It's the real thing
these are the official pics from Ferrari wich they provided on the Ferrari Media Site.
this just gives a general idea on how the car will look like.
do you guys remember seeing the sketches for the 550 Maranello??
those looked very different also, i even have about 5 different sketches of the 550 and all had some similarities, but still very different over the car that was presented.
We will have a better idea in about 4 months
460 Bologna corresponds with the cover story you referenced. Thick-bodied, to say the least. Perhaps a leading factor
(aside from the cooling aspect)
for the readily apparent carve along the side of the sketches which you also admirably brought to our attention.
I think ferrari should bring out a mid engined 3 litre V8 2+2 Bertone styled "affordable" car with 4 webbers.
Anyone for a Dino 308 GT8?
Just think, a 30th anniversary special!
Yellow would be the best colour... hey Dj!
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