Futuristic Le Mans Ferrari Will Look Like This

Posted: Feb 6 2016, 4:21am CST | by , in News | Cars & Vehicles


Futuristic Le Mans Ferrari Will Look Like This
Credit: Carscoops
  • Illustrations of futuristic Le Mans Ferrari prototype released!

A California designer Marcello Raeli has drawn renderings of a potential Ferrari prototype.

Rumors have always been rampant if Ferrari would or would not ever return to the Le Mans and endurance racing. Ferrari has never given any indication the rumors might be true.

So a Ferrari prototype racer is still a dream as it was 10 years ago. However a Californian automotive designer has dreamed up how a potential Ferrari prototype could look.

The illustrations have been designed by Marcello Raeli showing a potential Le Mans Ferrari prototype. We have to admit the renderings are one of the best looking race cars ever designed. The prototype design has been named Piero T2 LM by Raeli. 

The illustrations, published by Carscoops, perfectly combine the flowing lines and curves of Ferrari racers. The design has elements from 50 years ago with advanced aerodynamic components.

Previously the FXX K was deemed the most exquisite design. The Piero T2 LM makes the FXX K look not only mediocre but bland and uninspiring.

The front of the Piero T2 LM is characterized by small headlights, a low-slung bonnet and a massive splitter. Bulging wheel arches supporting huge wheels, tires and brakes add to the distinctive design.

Downforce-generating fins have been added behind the front wheel arches. The flat side skirts and floor further aid the vehicle’s aerodynamics.

The rear of the Piero T2 LM is a set of impossibly-wide tires and two individual wings. This is where the Piero does resemble the FXX K. The Piero T2 LM may never become a reality but if Ferrari does go for racing Raeli is their man. 

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