Sunday, January 06, 2013

On Sunday, January 06, 2013 by Luke iMan in , , ,    1 comment
The Ferrari F40 had one, as did James Glickenhaus's P4/5 coach built special, so why shouldn't Samir Sadikhov's award winning Xezri supercar design concept gain a Competizione Edition as well?
Along with the Cadillac C-Ville study that we showed you earlier this week, Sadikhov emailed us his vision of the Xezri Competizione Edition, which is the track-only racing version of his conceptual mid-engined supercar that finished in second place at the 2011 Ferrari World Design Contest.
The redesign brings in a new assortment of aero aids including a larger front splitter, fender vents, protruding side skirts, a roof scoop that extends to the new rear wing, a larger rear diffuser and different wheels.

Feel free to browse through the gallery of photos that you will find right after the jump.

Design Credits: Samir Sadikhov

1 comment:

  1. My God ....its BEAUTIFULL....a Ferarri that deosn,t look like a Japanner(Nothing against Japanese cars).....FUCKING GREAT LOOKING....


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