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Ferrari Stallone Concept Would Be The Perfect La Ferrari Successor

Named the Ferrari Stallone (Stallion in Italian), this hypercar rendering uses classic Ferrari elements to blend tradition with modernity. Enzo Ferrari once said, “A car maker need be neither an engineer nor a technician. He must be someone who loves his passion for cars.” This was the thought in mind when graphic artist and industrial designer Murray Sharp began creating his Ferrari Stallone concept. The design would certainly play a worthy successor to the beloved LaFerrari, which the Italian automaker halted production on back in 2018.
Modern Classic ferrari stallone rendering front sideMotor 1 Named the Ferrari Stallone (stallion in Italian), this hypercar rendering uses classic Ferrari elements to blend tradition with modernity. From its Rosso Corsa paint job to its aggressive curves, the passion that Sharp put into this project is what Enzo was looking for when he began his eponymous automaker over three quarters of a century ago. Speaking about his reasons for designing the concept, Sharp wrote, “A deep, unquestionable passion for cars, and underlying urge to create something to the absolute best of my ability.”
Worthy Successor ferrari stallone rendering rearMotor 1 Speaking with Motor 1, Sharp said of his Ferrari Stalone, "This hypercar would be positioned at the pinnacle of the Ferrari brand, a successor to the great Laferrari." From the sharp angle of the hood to the two large vents, Murray’s nods to the beloved LaFerrari’s roots are clear. Even the side vents, real light fixtures, and profile all seem to be modern takes on the LeFerrari.
Reasons Why ferrari stallone rendering sideMotor 1 Sharp told Motor 1 about the reasons he decided to design the concept: "The Ferrari Stallone concept has been a very special project for me. It actually came about from a place of frustration where I felt like I could do more with my skills and talents. I made a very strong and deliberate decision to take on a project for myself to prove what I really could achieve if I put my absolute best effort into it. It has been by far the most substantial piece of design I have ever created."

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