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Wednesday, March 26, 2014

Savage concept car from Kazakhstan

This is a concept supercar may look eccentric and you will be a little glaring. If the Alfa Romeo 4C is a supercar that looks graceful and elegant, and then this Alfa Romeo Feroce concept may be likened to an amateur boxer has the steroids excessive, cynical all the time, fearless and always want to fight on the ring.
Alfa Romeo Feroce concept car by Yerzhan Ryskaliyev. (Picture from: http://www.diseno-art.com/)
As quoted from Diseno-art, the 'Feroce' name does look perfect for this supercar concept, which means 'savage' in Italian. It is an electric-powered supercar that is a dream of Yerzhan Ryskaliyev, an independent automotive designer from Kazakhstan.
Rear left side view of Alfa Romeo Feroce concept car. (Picture from: http://www.diseno-art.com/)
Feroce concept partly inspired by two Alfa Romeo cars are very different, namely Alfa Romeo 33 Stradale that has a low body, and the agile GTA 1300 Junior that has the 'grim' look. In Ryskaliyev own words, "I want to create a 'real monsters' but with the spirit of Alfa Romeo."

Rear three quarter of Alfa Romeo Feroce concept car. (Picture from: http://www.diseno-art.com/)
And, Ryskaliyev mission was accomplished. Feroce may indeed not be beautiful or slim, same with GTA 1300 Junior. The body is a little low and wide, similar to the 33 Stradale. And to his desire to make 'real monsters' .... seems to be seen in this car concept.

Alfa Romeo Feroce concept car has been designed to work on the 8C Competizione platform, which if actually realized, would place it in a high-performance supercar with high-price also.

Still not many details of the concept car specification given by Ryskaliyev, but he proposed, an electric drivetrain will be a power source for this Alfa Romeo Feroce concept. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | DISENO-ART]
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