Ardita (“Courageous” from Italian) is the prototype for a road homologated car representing a proposal for overcoming the contradiction between the beautiful style of the road supercars and the brutality of racing cars without compromise. To respond to this need, its sinuous forms intertwine in a molecular way, the style of the most beautiful Italian cars and the aerodynamic appendages of the 24 hours of Le Mans cars. It was not until two weeks of execution and more than 10 years to design the aesthetics of all the Ferraris and the foundations of the aerodynamics of airplanes and racing cars.
Published 2 years ago
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