Ferrari 488 Spider 2015 Special Sports Car Design

Ferrari 488 Spider 2015 Special Sports Car Design – Ferrari 488 Spider 2015 is presented in London for Ferrari and VIP clients. Where Ferrari and VIP clients include Jamie Campbell Bower, Becky Tong, Lucy Watson,  and Oliver Proudlock. Ferrari 488 Spider 2015 is a sports car that looks special, because there is rarely news about 488 Spider. The exterior design of the Ferrari 488 Spider 2015 is not surprising. In addition to the removable top, all design features remain intact on the 488 Spider. The front air intake design is wide open, air ducts in the hood, toothed rear air intakes, and cues from the 458 design. In the exterior design the rear of the Ferrari 488 Spider is different from the coupe. It does not have a roof, tilted rear windshield is missing, leaving only a large piece of sheet metal covering the V-8 turbocharged. There are six small heat extractors near the back, besides that the Ferrari 488 Spider has two flying props behind the seat. Overall, the Ferrari 488 Spider 2015 looks to have everything needed as a worthy successor to the 458 Spider icon. The roof that can be opened remains the top that folds electronically into two parts. The rear glass window can be set to one of the wind flow positions when the top is down. The Ferrari 488 Spider 2015 is as rigid as a coupe, making it ……

Ferrari J50 2016 Aerodynamic Aggressive Sport Design

Ferrari J50 2016 Aerodynamic Aggressive Sport Design – The Ferrari J50 2016 is a different type of limited edition vehicle, which features a significantly redesigned exterior. The Ferrari J50 2016 front exterior design has similarities to the 488 Spider apart from its overall proportions and pointed nose. Sharp headlights with a slim and horizontal unit. Meanwhile, the standard bumper was redesigned to include a large mesh grille and aggressive splitter. The 2016 Ferrari J50 front hood is lowered in the middle. There is a more prominent arch on the wheel. Design the side of the Ferrari J50 2016 by eliminating the big “dent” around the door handle. In addition, the rear fender design reduces the intake of two levels. This makes the Ferrari J50 2016 profile look cleaner and improves the look of the more aggressive Ferrari J50 2016. The back also receives a large number of modifications. The most obvious is the revised fascia and the quad back light configuration. There is a new spoiler as well, as well as a redesigned diffuser with an extractor shape inspired by afterburner jet engines. The Ferrari J50 2016 with a completely new engine cover has a polycarbonate cover. Large and transparent hood protects the driver and passenger head. While most of the caps are in the same color as the body. In areas close to fascia painted black to match the spoilers and nets between the taillights. On ……

Ferrari FXX-K 2016 Aerodynamic Supercar Design

Ferrari FXX-K 2016 Aerodynamic Supercar Design – Vehicles on special edition supercar tracks based on the track are based on LaFerrari and are the first to bring a hybrid drivetrain. The Ferrari FXX-K 2016 is more aerodynamic, lighter and faster. It’s also more exclusive, the Ferrari FXX-K 2016 also comes with its own racing program, as well as an exclusive racing series on Formula One tracks around the world. LaFerrari’s radical design was taken to a truly exclusive level embodied in the Ferrari FXX-K 2016. The exterior of the Ferrari FXX-K 2016 front with standard splitters has been replaced with larger parts, while spoilers have been drastically redesigned to be twin profiles to enhance downforce. Spoilers and splitters also sit 1.2 inches lower than usual. Lateral tape and vertical fins channel air towards the wing of the car to improve aerodynamics. The LaFerrari standard headlamps that stretch over the wheel arches are also missing, replaced by a small strip of LED lights. The Ferrari FXX-K 2016 with a hood has a redesigned ventilation and a black center round the new front fascia. The lattice split is the only component that remains untouched. A large diffuser replaces the two-piece unit seen in LaFerrari, flanked by single channels on each side, the standard LaFerrari has a quad-exhaust layout. Spoilers and rear lights are also new, but the main beam is seen just above the rear car hood ……