The Ferrari F40 had one, as did James Glickenhaus’s P4/5 coach built special, so why shouldn’t Samir Sadikhov’s award winning Xezri supercar design concept gain a Competizione Edition as well?
Along with the Cadillac C-Ville study that we showed you earlier this week, Sadikhov emailed us his vision of the Xezri Competizione Edition, which is the track-only racing version of his conceptual mid-engined supercar that finished in second place at the 2011 Ferrari World Design Contest.
The redesign brings in a new assortment of aero aids including a larger front splitter, fender vents, protruding side skirts, a roof scoop that extends to the new rear wing, a larger rear diffuser and different wheels.
The Ferrari Xezri is the amazing vision of Samir Sadikhov from Azerbaijan, it was at the Ferrari World Design Contest 2011 that it won 2nd prize.
And now the designer is back and this time with a race ready competizione edition which is simply one of the best Ferrari’s. The design of Ferrari Xezri was based on the Ferrari 458 Italia. The concept got its name Xezri as it is inspired by wind; it is derived from the name given to the wind passing through the eastern part of the Caspian Sea, the largest lake on earth, Nitrobahh.com reports.
As per Sadikhov, it is “a synthesis of its technological knowledge and its sporting experience,” that embodies, “the quintessence of Ferrari past and present and looks to the Ferrari of the future.” To follow up on his conceptual, mid-engined super car, Sadikhov designed a track-only Competizione Edition Xezri by adding a new assortment of aero aids which includes a larger front splitter, protruding side skirts, fender vents, a roof scoop that extends to the new rear wing, different wheels and a larger rear diffuser.
The elegant silver wings topping off the design doubles as an air intake and automatically adjusting aerodynamic spoiler. The designer describes his creation as it is designed for an owner for whom the priority is on uncompromising on-road performance and occasional track day capability, but who still demand a car that is useable in day-to-day driving like all Ferrari’s models. Hopefully the Italian automaker is taking notes, because this is one Ferrari the world probably wishes would be produced.
Source - carscoop.blogspot.com, news.az
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