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Tuesday, October 23, 2012

1st Rows of Ferrari Eco-Friendly Concept Cars

Better known by the appearance of a sports car or racing-performance as the prestigious F1 race event, true Ferrari also has a variety of concept cars that are environmentally friendly.

At least there are about 10 models, but the following five were very special worth to put forward.

1. Ferrari Eternita
This car was designed by Kim Cheon Ju, Ahn Dre, and Lee Sahngseok students from  Hongik University, South Korea. Eternita has a hydrogen-hybrid drivetrain system with absolutely zero emissions. This car is also made so that the fuel-efficient and high-performance.
Ferrari Eternita. (Picture from: http://www.diseno-art.com/)
Rear wheel made into the body, while it sits mere millimeters off the ground and is designed so that the wheels mold into the body to reduce drag. Eternita won the Ferrari World Design Contest in 2011.

2. Ferrari 599 HY-KERS Hybrid Concept
Ferrari concept car with a distinctive logo "Cavallino Rampante" or jumping horse, called HY-KERS. Is a hybrid car based on the 599 GTB Fiorano and has been exhibited at the Geneva Motor Show.

Featuring a 100 horse power motor, the Ferrari 599 HY-KERS Hybrid Supercar is the auto brands’s first hybrid car and whenever the car breaks, energy is sent to the battery pack to be stored or used. The vehicle is also capable of operating in full-electric mode for short trips.
Ferrari 599 HY-KERS Hybrid Concept. (Picture from: http://www.trendhunter.com/)
The concept car is to reduce carbon dioxide emissions by up to 35%. The battery is placed very low center of gravity to balance and leaves room for the interior. This car will be produced in three to five years to come.

3. Ferrari Modulo Revival Concept
Modulo Type is based on the Ferrari 512 S Module, which was first performed or exhibited at the Geneva Motor Show 1970. Though strictly at a conceptual stage, this remarkably avant-garde conception was contrived by a design team of Emmanuel Laffon de Mazieres and Bastien Petelot.
Ferrari Modulo Revival Concept. (Picture from: http://www.ecofriend.com/)
The inconspicuous wheels will be ‘sunk in’ within the body frame like the original design; supposedly, for enhancement of rolling efficiency and airflow. On the other hand, the improved (if we daresay that) styling is quite evident from the roof of this version, which completely incorporates a swanky glass facade (in comparison to the original 70′s model).

The linearity of the astute form along the measured edges have been specifically dealt with to accentuate upon the aerodynamic quality of the car.  This car was designed to be the most aerodynamic car.

4. Ferrari Hypercar Hybrid
Ferrari is synonymous with energy-powered cars are above average sarta. Through V6, V8 and V12, which manufacturers use red as main color is so glorious as the sports car segment.
Ferrari Hypercar Hybrid. (Picture from: http://www.autocarzone-kys.com/)
Ferrari Hypercar Hybrid, the designs made by Kazim Doku from Turkey that mix Ferrari Formula 1 car DNA into a machine in the future. This car has a futuristic shape or practically future cars and hybrid-engine Ferrari. The vehicle is designed to be a car of the future in 15 years to come.

5. Ferrari F250
The concept car was designed by Idries Omar and has a 2.5-liter, V6 that could be biofuel. This car is very low to almost touching the ground and the engine was in the middle of the car (mid engine).
Ferrari F250. (Picture from: http://www.diseno-art.com/)
The F250 has been designed as a lightweight, entry level Ferrari. Reviving the long dead Ferrari Dino model, however the name is derived from the Ferrari 250 GTO. In addition, Ferrari actually have never made a car with biofuel, such as the Spider F43O ethanol. (Jump to Part-2.) *** [DIH | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | PIKIRAN RAKYAT 12102012]
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