Experience E-driving With Ferrari F750 Concept Car



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The number of the world’s population is constantly rising and wiil approach 11 billion mark in 2025. As a result one of the top priorities of the present-day automobile designers and manufacturers is creating brand cars, bearing in mind preservation of natural resouces and atmosphere purity. Being focused on these future tendencies, Ferrari World Design Contest presnted a remarkable solution of this problem. Ferrari F750 concept car (for 750kg) features the e-driving: it combines the rear petrol engine with two front electric engines. The driver can also buy a designed cocoon and in such a way change the car’s interior.
Via:tuvie.com & coroflot.com
ferrari f750, concept car, futuristic cars, future vehicles, marc devauze, ferrari

ferrari f750, concept car, futuristic cars, future vehicles, marc devauze, ferrari

ferrari f750, concept car, futuristic cars, future vehicles, marc devauze, ferrari

ferrari f750, concept car, futuristic cars, future vehicles, marc devauze, ferrari

ferrari f750, concept car, futuristic cars, future vehicles, marc devauze, ferrari

ferrari f750, concept car, futuristic cars, future vehicles, marc devauze, ferrari

ferrari f750, concept car, futuristic cars, future vehicles, marc devauze, ferrari

Ferrari F750, future luxury supercar

Ferrari F750, future luxury supercar

Ferrari F750, future luxury supercar

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