Photo credit: Alban Lerailler
It’s only a matter of time until we see the first all-electric supercar from Ferrari, but automotive designer Alban Lerailler just couldn’t wait, so he created the Ferrari Alto concept. The design is split into two different languages bu a sharp line: the top is fluid, while the bottom section has a more geometric look to it.
The Ferrari Alto draws inspiration from the Daytona, especially in the front grille area with hidden lights. You won’t find a large rear spoiler, just a sleek LED light bar that doubles as an aerodynamic piece that creates downforce.
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What if the car became a wind instrument, producing a natural sound? Linked to the rotation axis of the electric motor, the more it accelerates, the more air enters and creates a sound as imposing as an organ,” said Lerailler.