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Thursday, July 1, 2021

This Prancing Horse SUV's concept design inspired by the dry and dusty desert winds

As we all know that Ferrari is currently preparing its latest hybrid SUV model which is given the Ferrari Purosangue, which to this day we do not know what it will look like. It is reported that the Prancing Horse logoed premium car manufacturer will take some design inspiration from Ferrari Roma.
Despite the Ferrari Simoom concept has high clearance, the design suggests plenty of performance just like it should be in a Ferrari. (Picture from: BlackXperience)
And off course, one thing that can be said for sure is that the hybrid SUV model of the Prancing Horse will not look like the following crossover. The striking looks concept car was created by Dejan Hristov and dubbed the Ferrari Simoom, it gets the name from the famous desert wind in Sahara through to Middle-East and looks differ to those Italian marque.
The Ferrari Simoom concept combines design cues from various Ferrari models, with the front fascia inspired by the F12 Berlinetta and 812 models. (Picture from: BlackXperience)
Maybe the SUV's design made by Dejan Hristov is far from what it called Purosangue, the Ferrari's hybrid SUV that will be coming soon, but at least the design can provide the alternative pictures to the prospective Ferrari hybrid SUV.

From the rendering images, it can be seen that the front of the concept car features sleek curved thin LED headlights that follow the signature bumper design that flows with the air intakes sharp shaped. Of course with a look like this makes the front of the concept car more attractive and in line with the openings behind the front wheels that allow air to flow across the hood and flow easily to the sides.
The Ferrari Simoom concept featured with the SF90 rear windshield, which also acts as an active spoiler while the taillight inspired by Roma. (Picture from: BlackXperience)
Then if we take a closer look at the profile, you'll quickly notice that this crossover concept doesn't have the traditional mirrors and instead has a small rear-facing cameras mounted on each of the A-pillars. Seen on the side, the car has a door that is quite unique because at first sight, its rear door looks very small and when opened will take with it half of the rear wheel arch. There is another uniqueness that can be seen in this car concept, namely there is no visible door handle, and there is no explanation of how to enter the cabin.
The Ferrari Simoom concept has fully luscious curves and plenty of aerodynamic elements and vents. (Picture from: BlackXperience)
Furthermore, the Simoom concept also looks very different from premium SUV cars in general, it can be seen in the absence of a rear window, which of course affects the practicality of the vehicle but makes it look more sleek. Still from the car's rear section, you can see a narrow taillight, LED light bar, with a prominent diffuser and dual tailpipes that look like they are mounted behind the rear wheels. 
And as quoted of BlackXperience, by looking at the Ferrari Simoom concept's elegance design, which is said deserves to be a tough rival to the Aston Martin DBX if Ferrari decides to glance at it for production, but it is not. And certainly its journey won't be stopped here.

FYI, this design is only a concept which is the rendering image results of an independent designer named Dejan Hristov who is not associated or supported by the Maranello-based premium car manufacturer. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | TOPSPEED ]
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