If Ferrari wants to have the best car designers in the world, they should jump out of their leather chairs and sign this guy, like, immediately.

’This’ guy is Sasha Selipanov of Berlin and if you’re asking what it is he did that’s got a lot of us talking like he’s the next great car designer, you’re not going to get an answer from us. That’s because the answer is in these photos, photos of a rendered Ferrari 612 GTO concept. Now, we have already brought some photos of this concept a couple of days ago, but since then, we have been able to get our hands on a few more.

Based on its looks, this concept Ferrari is tacked to supposedly become a successor to the current 612 Scaglietti and it borrows a number of design elements and styling cues from a number of past and existing Ferrari supercars, including the venerable 250 GTO and Ferrari’s latest bad boy, the 458 Italia.

Needless to say, we were completely blown away by the design. Then again, that’s us. We’d love to know what you guys think of Mr. Selipanov’s work of art.

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Source: Samir Sadixov

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6 comments:

  (359) posted on 06.15.2010

Based on its looks, this concept Ferrari is tacked to supposedly become a successor to the current 612 Scaglietti and it borrows a number of design elements and styling cues from a number of past and existing Ferrari supercars, including the venerable 250 GTO and Ferrari’s latest bad boy, the 458 Italia.

  (392) posted on 06.14.2010

I like the rear end but the front end looks like a prancing frog.

  (50) posted on 06.12.2010

IM IN LOVE!!!!!!

THIS CAR IS ONE OF THE BEST FERRARI’S EVER DESIGNED!!

  (347) posted on 06.11.2010

agree... it’s just like a sexy model with a perfect and perfect body.. kudo to you Mr. Selipanov’s.

  (359) posted on 06.11.2010

Nice! It looks aggressive and sporty, i wonder how fast can it can go.

  (512) posted on 06.10.2010

wow nice car.. for sure this thing will be limited to less the a thousand unit.. it looks very special than the Ferrari 458 and 250 GTO.

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