Ferrari Zobin Concept
Posted by Hari Saryono on 30 March 2009
Labelled the Zobin concept, the uniquely styled car concentrates a large portion of its efforts on aerodynamic design. The original front-end structure is the distinguishing feature, supporting the headlights and front spoiler while giving the nose an ‘open-wheels’ appearance similar to the Ferrari F1 car.
The defining feature of the Zobin is its small size. At just 1855 mm (73 inches) wide, and 4114 mm (162 inches) long the Zobin is over half a metre (nearly 2 foot) shorter than a Ferrari Enzo. Inside the Zobin is a single, central seating layout just like the Ferrari F1 race car. The exterior design is characterized by the original front structure made of a metal band, which supports the headlights and integrates the front spoiler and the front fenders, and gives the car an "open-wheels" look. Powering the Zobin concept is a compact engine positioned behind the cockpit.
But it’s not all about aesthetics, the futuristic Ferrari will have performance to match. Reaching top speeds of over 200mph, the Zibon will have pace unlike any Ferrari before it thanks to an ultra-efficient, mid-rear positioned high performance engine.
About the Designer
Siamak Ruhi Dehkordi (33 years old), from Iran, graduated in mechanical engineering 10 years ago and now work for local company.