Aspiring designer Dejan Hristov, famous for his BMW Rapp Concept has taken time to provide the world with his personal interpretation of what the Ferrari F12 Berlinetta successor would look like. The CascoRosso concept takes its cues from the 1962 Ferrari 250 GTO powered by a front engine V12 hybrid powerplant with the battery placed behind the cabin for better weight distribution. The side mirrors are replaced with cameras integrated in to the body of the vehicle capable of delivering both side and rear view images that would display on the cabin’s screen. Replacing the side mirrors with cameras improves the aerodynamics of the vehicle and eliminates the need for a rear window. Additional accents include a roof-mounted scoop, large diffuser, quad pipes and headlights hidden behind a cover that opens when the lights are turned on.
Here is what Dejan Hristov had to say:
“The Ferrari CascoRosso is a two seater commercial car, which is inspired from the models of Ferrari Motor Sport as they developed through history. It is a symbiotic of style from the modern Ferrari bodies and the legendary Ferrari Classics. One of those classics is the Ferrari 250 GTO from witch I got the main inspiration for this model. The idea was for the CascoRosso to be reincarnation of the 1962 Ferrari 250 GTO, a modern, futuristic version of it.”