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Monday, February 8, 2021

Ferrari Aliante Barchetta Concept

It seems that today, the Ferrari became some kind of a guarantee for certainity of the best exotic premium four-wheeled vehicle which is offering fierce performance as well. So it is not surprising that the prancing horse sports car enthusiasts are also special people who certainly have abundant treasures whose willing to spend much their money to have it.
The Ferrari Aliante Barchetta concept car designed by Daniel Soriano which is intended to pay homage to the past generations of sports cars. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/36GZRLc)
It's like a masterpiece created from a neat blend of millions of premium components with the touch of the great talents of designers and engineers at its Maranello-based factory. Well, it also indicates that not just anyone capable to create a beautiful car design concept worthy of wearing the Ferrari's prancing horse emblem on the hood.

The following neat design concept of a prancing horse logoed sports car was the personal work of a Spanish automotive designer named Daniel Soriano. This imaginary sports car figure created by him is named the Ferrari Aliante Barchetta, which is intended to pay homage to the past generations of sports cars.
Right left side of the Ferrari Aliante Barchetta concept car designed by Daniel Soriano. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/36GZRLc)
Currently, Daniel Soriano working as as Concept Surface Designer at the Swedish's car brand, Volvo. The designer said that the car design background just because he thinks most modern cars that exist today are like soulless machines with more resemblance to electrodomestics than real cars.

He further said that all of this depends on performance figures, thus a great car cannot be measured or calculated. So with this car is the embodiment of his desire to make something pure, light and simple. The concept is based on the Ferrari Aliante project worked by Daniel Soriano along with Arun Kumar and Magnus Grettve for the 2011 IED and presented at the Ferrari World Design Contest.
Here's instrument cluster view of the Ferrari Aliante Barchetta concept car designed by Daniel Soriano. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/36GZRLc)
After seven years, he decided to update the design as a personal challenge to evaluate his growth as a designer with many professional experience in Lamborghini, Volvo, Polestar and others. Eventually he decided to redesign and remodel the car from scratch, dubbing it the Ferrari Aliante Barchetta.
Bird eyes view of the Ferrari Aliante Barchetta concept car designed by Daniel Soriano. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/36GZRLc)
The concept car structure built of a carbon fiber monocoque with integrated seats. The body integrates a number of some active aerodynamic elements including  big scoops, spoiler and diffuser and there are no doors, no windows and no roof.
Rear view of the Ferrari Aliante Barchetta concept car designed by Daniel Soriano. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/36GZRLc)
Then the designers proposed that the concept is powered by a compact, high revving naturally aspirated inline V12 engine coupled with independent throttle bodies, manual gearbox and has no electronic driving aids.

If this concept car be realized into a real car, then you can imagine when it runs on the streets, it will give a typical premium roadster driving sensation that pampers the two occupants with gentle breeze of winds combined with fierce pounding of its V12 engine. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | CARBODYDESIGN ]
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