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The 2018 Ferrari New Dino Concept ?? 2018 Ferrari Dino will be the continuum of one of the best known Ferrari brands that haven’t been produced since the seventies.
Ferrari Concept Cars That Could Preview the Future of the Brand Ferrari design typically holds little restraint. Just look at cars like the F50, the Enzo, and the LaFerrari.
2018 Ferrari F12 Berlinetta was made to repair the problems available in the previous design. At that time to fix up couple of specification and style according to marketplace changes. At that time to fix up couple of specification and style according to marketplace changes.
While these two may be just platforms for developing the new engine, our best bet would be that the 2018 Ferrari Dino will be in fact a mid-engined supercar with a lesser engine than the regular 488.
The F12tdf is the ultimate expression of the concept of an extreme road car that is equally at home on the track, and just 799 will be built. The F12tdf is a concentration of technical innovations which involve all those areas central to Ferrari's DNA: engine, aerodynamics and vehicle dynamics.
How's THIS for a concept car?!? The one-of-a-kind Ferrari 512S Modulo hit the road Tuesday for its first ever ride on public pavement ... nearly 50 years AFTER it was introduced.
Michalak claimed a weight reduction of 30 percent compared to a Ferrari 348, which puts the roadster concept at roughly 2,150 pounds. Even in stock tune, the Conciso was reportedly capable of hitting 62 mph (or, 100 km/h) in five seconds, on the way to a top speed of 172 mph.
Oct 30, 2018 The New Ford GT Carbon Series Has a Nifty Orange Stripe This option package helps the GT shed 40 lbs with carbon-fiber wheels and a titanium exhaust.
Ferrari's new front wing blends the current concept, some ideas used by Red Bull and innovations that now make sense based on the team's understanding of the 2019 regulations.