Infused with a sleek demeanor, classy bearing and a fervently innovative technology, the Ferrari Modulo of the 21st Century will certainly be a supercar to behold. The inconspicuous wheels will be ’sunk in’ within the body frame like the original design; supposedly, for enhancement of rolling efficiency and airflow. On the other hand, the improved (if we daresay that) styling is quite evident from the roof of this version, which completely incorporates a swanky glass facade (in comparison to the original 70’s model). The linearity of the astute form along the measured edges have been specifically dealt with to accentuate upon the aerodynamic quality of the car.
According to the designer:
“Everything on this car is designed around aerodynamism and reduced rolling resistance. The extremely low profile, the controlled airflow, the sharp back-end edge help reduce drag and improve performance.”
Now coming to the part that interests us Ecofriend folks, the fascinating supercar will actually flaunt an all-electric engine that alludes to the very low emission side of affairs. So, if we ever get a chance to roll around the city blocks in this ultra-futuristic green monster, we would gleefully accept it with our bowing heads.
Gallery Pictures Of Ferrari Modulo Revival Car Design By Emmanuel Laffon, Bastien Petelot