pininfarina ferrari sergio windshield less concept
 
pininfarina ferrari sergio windshield less concept
mar 08, 2013

pininfarina ferrari sergio windshield less concept

pininfarnina-ferrari sergio windshield-less conceptimage courtesy pininfarina

 

 

named after sergio pininfarina, the italian car designer who was responsible for some of ferrari’s iconic classics such as the 250 GT coupe and F40 – the pininfarina ‘sergio’ serves to celebrate the man’s legendary vision, who passed away in july of 2012 at the age of 85. presented at the 2013 geneva international motor show, the limited-series concept takes the form of a two-seater barchetta. courtesy of a ferrari supplied 570-horsepower 4.5-liter V8 engine, the roadster is capable of doing 0-100 km/h (0-62 mph) in 3.4 seconds before maxing at a top speed of 320 km/h (199 mph). the windshield-less sports car is based on a modern interpretation of sergio pininfarina’s masterpieces – the 1965 dino berlinetta speciale.

pininfarina ferrari sergio windshield less concept

the ‘pininfarina sergio’ serves to celebrate the italian car designer, who passed away in july of 2012image courtesy pininfarina

pininfarina ferrari sergio windshield less concept

presented at the 2013 geneva international motor show, the limited-series concept takes form of a windshield-less two-seater barchettaimage courtesy pininfarina

pininfarina ferrari sergio windshield less concept

the pininfarina sergio boasts a 570-horsepower 4.5-liter V8 ferrari engine
image courtesy pininfarina

pininfarina ferrari sergio windshield less concept

the roadster is capable of doing 0-100 km/h (0-62 mph) in 3.4 seconds before maxing at a top speed of 320 km/h (199 mph)image courtesy pininfarina

pininfarina ferrari sergio windshield less concept

the windshield-less sports car is based on a modern interpretation of sergio pininfarina’s masterpieces – the 1965 dino berlinetta specialeimage courtesy pininfarina

pininfarina ferrari sergio windshield less concept

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pininfarina ferrari sergio windshield less concept

image © designboom

pininfarina ferrari sergio windshield less concept

image © designboom

pininfarina ferrari sergio windshield less concept

image © designboom

pininfarina ferrari sergio windshield less concept

image © designboom

pininfarina ferrari sergio windshield less concept

image © designboom

pininfarina ferrari sergio windshield less concept

image © designboom

pininfarina ferrari sergio windshield less concept

one of sergio pininfarina’s masterpieces – the 1965 dino berlinetta specialeimage © designboom

 

 


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  • NEWSFLASH. It’s a concept car. Does anyone know what ‘concept’ means. IF, and that’s a big if, it gets produced they will likely make a few changes…………. like perhaps a top and a windshield.

    ROBERT
  • reply to Devin du Plessis
    Unfortunately flying stones, poor animals crossing the road or a bird flying low at those speeds defy aerodynamics. FYI if some one buys a car like that is to enjoy a frame less view of the surrounding environment , if he or she has to were a helmet it would be much less costly to buy a motor bike.FYI engineers don’t always know how to deal with wind there are numerous examples if you care to do some research Devin. For your knowledge I have been an avid F1 fan for the past 30 years.

    Babak Fassihi (Architect)
  • @ Babak Fassihi Aaaaah have you never watched F1? I’m pretty sure Ferrari knows how to handle aerodynamics. Architects who know anything understand that engineers know how to deal with wind. And just FYI it’s meant to be driven with a helmet…

    Devin du Plessis
  • Awesome !!

    Farah
  • The front airfoil directs the air over the driver’s head. Good seen Ferrari using same concept Renault used in the Sport Spider in the 90’s

    Abacco
  • this reminds me of the car that was used int the movie A Clockwork Orange. That car, named the “Prova” was built on a Lotus frame – and is in storage in Miami, Florida.

    trimtab21
  • 300kmh no windshield – good luck with that

    toby
  • BELLISSIMO

    Babak Fassihi (Architect)
  • sweet

    dbkii
  • fabulous!

    ivan

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