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Adriano Raeli, automotive designer, recently presented in Italy his interpretation of what a future Ferrari F80 could look like.
The F80 will be the successor to the highly desirable LaFerrari. All 499 LaFerrari units were recently sold within a matter of days for $1.39M USD each, to people who already own 5 or more Ferraris.
Raeli's Ferrari F80 concept looks hyperrealistic.
His gorgeous design began with a simple two-dimensional line drawing. This sketch was inspired by the new LaFerrari, Formula One and the NGAD Concept fighter jet. Following this, Raeli converted his drawing into a 3-D model using a CAD program. Here technical development and surface visualization was possible. Then, a scale model was rendered in traditional Clay and painted. The final result is incredibly realistic.
Love to create and develop new ideas and expand on great ones.
- Adriano Raeli
Ferrari will keep the F80's weight down by using advanced materials.
The Italian company's Formula One team, Scuderia Ferrari, helped build the LaFerrari's carbon fiber chassis. According to the factory, they used the same materials and construction techniques as employed in their F1 cars. Many expected that a new carbon fiber material, called forged composite, may be used for the construction of the future F80.
Raeli predicts the F80 will be blistering fast.
He said 0 to 62 mph could be accomplished in only 2.2 seconds and it might have a top speed of 310 mph. This seems unrealistic because the 1987 Ferrari F40 topped out at 201 mph. Now, 27 years later, the LaFerrari can go about 217 mph. It will be interesting to see just how fast the F80 will actually go someday.
Source: Photo by Adriano Raelihttp://www.adrianoraeli.com
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