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Tuesday, December 24, 2013

When the Classic and Modern design blends nicely

For the world's automotive lovers is certainly very familiar with the name of the Ferrari 250 GTO, there is news about the classical Ferrari's sport car new round. Next year, Ferrari is celebrating 50 years since the 250 GTO — the world’s most expensive car — was last created. But in a few years, we’re bound to see yet another gorgeous Ferrari in the Maranello-based automaker’s lineup, and we hope it looks this drop dead gorgeous.
Ferrari CascoRosso sports car concept. (Picture from: http://www.behance.net/)
Ferrari's classic sports car redecorate the automotive world with carried the concept model made by Dejan Hristov and called CascoRosso (Red Helmet). In other words, the idea was for the CascoRosso to be a reincarnation of the 1962 Ferrari 250 GTO, a modern two-seater sports car, futuristic version of it.
Front view of Ferrari CascoRosso sports car concept. (Picture from: http://news.boldride.com/)
The car concept is equipped with rear-wheel drive and front engine configuration which is adopted from Ferrari F12 Berlinetta. A front engine, but also as hybrid with battery placement behind the cabin which enables better distribution of the car's weight.
Top view of Ferrari CascoRosso sports car concept. (Picture from: http://wordlesstech.com/)
Dejan Hristov's concept car is equipped with 2 gulwing doors that open upward so this Ferrari sports car looks luxurious and elegance plus the headlamp design is located inside the air grilles which add a more completed impression of the future sports car. Its front lights are hidden behind the shutter which open automatically when the lights are turned on.
Left side view of Ferrari CascoRosso sports car concept. (Picture from: http://www.eurocarblog.com/)
Dejan Hristov's touch not stop there, as if hungry for a futuristic concept car. Ferrari CascoRosso is equipped with a fairly sophisticated technology that is equipped with a two cameras and monitor screen as the user interface that can be used to look at the surroundings when driving it.
Rear view of Ferrari CascoRosso sports car concept. (Picture from: http://wordlesstech.com/)
Instead of wing-mirrors, the model has two cameras with wide focus range generating one picture on the camera display showing a side and rear view mirror pictures. This system simplifies its driver with giving better clarity, improves the aerodynamics because there aren't wing-mirrors and the cameras are integrated in the car body and there is no need for rear window.. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | DEJAN HRISTOV | WORLDCARFANS | TECHEBLOG]
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