3 Futuristic Designs Receive Ferrari’s Seal Of Approval

Concepts

Is this what Ferrari will look like in 2040?

The results of the 2016 Ferrari Top Design School Challenge are in, with the following three concepts envisioning a Ferrari in 2040 coming out on top. The overall prize, dubbed the “Gran Premio Assoluto,” went to the Ferrari Manifesto concept by six students from the ISD-Rubika in Valenciennes, France, which was praised for its sleek body and unique action of the doors. The jury selecting the winner was made up of the likes of Sebastian Vettel, Jamiroquai frontman Jay Kay and Paolo Pininfarina.

Special mention went to the Ferrari FL by Roman Egorov from Germany’s Hochschule Pforzheim, for being purely focused on the interior. The student imagined a cabin with a human machine interface using noble materials as opposed to the current trend of carbon fiber and leather.

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Last but not least was the Ferrari de Esfera picked from an online ballot, with students from the Hongik University in Seoul, South Korea, receiving the “Premio Speciale” award.

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