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Sunday, July 5, 2020

Is this Yamaha dream supercar?

Beginning in 1992, Yamaha sparked the idea of ​​making a ferocious supercar with an abundance of technology owned by Formula 1 cars by launching the Yamaha OX99-11 V12 concept. At that time, the Japanese giant manufacturer that was famous for its motorcycle products was a supplier of Formula 1 engines and decided to use one of its F1 engines.(You see it on the video below).
The fierce appearance of the Yamaha OX-2020 supercar concept designed by Gaspere Conticelli. (Picture from: https://bit.ly/2BDJgLU)
The Japanese manufacturer partnering with IAD's English engineering consultant to make this sports car a reality, the OX99-11 V12 model was created with a power capacity of a 3.5 liter V12 with a power kick of 400 hp at 10,000 rpm and combined with a six-speed manual gearbox. Even so, it's unfortunate because this car never reached the production line.
Front section view of the Yamaha OX-2020 supercar concept designed by Gaspere Conticelli. (Picture from: https://bit.ly/2BDJgLU)
Turning to 2020, an automotive designer named Gaspere Conticelli, resumed the form of the successor to the supercar who had been born dead with the nickname Yamaha OX-2020. Like one of the three OX99-11 V12 prototypes built, the OX-2020 has a red bandage and has a very unusual design.
Dashboard section view of the Yamaha OX-2020 supercar concept designed by Gaspere Conticelli. (Picture from: https://bit.ly/2BDJgLU)
The most obvious similarity with its predecessor is the split front bumper design that functions as a wing, to produce maximum downforce pressure. The design version of the OX-2020 refers to as a mid-engined sports car, the sides have a large air intake while there is also a prominent roof scoop. 
Rear section view of the Yamaha OX-2020 supercar concept designed by Gaspere Conticelli. (Picture from: https://bit.ly/2BDJgLU)
What's interesting is the sleek cockpit that seems to have the same two-seat arrangement as the OX99-11 V12, while the similarity between the two continues at the rear, with thin cooling vents on the engine cover and quad taillight.
Although this independent design illustration has not been officially approved by Yamaha, but overall, this supercar is very suitable to carry the name of Yamaha to fight with its rival, Honda which first had a lineup of sports cars. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | TECHEBLOG | CARSCOOPS]
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