Ferrari EGO (Emotional Genereation One), designed by Istituto d’Arte Applicata e Design [IAAD] Torino graduates Salvatore Simonetti, Massimiliano Petrachi and Vincenzo Morlino and Politecnico di Milano graduate Luca Zunino, the EGO seeks to mix extreme performance with so-called “strong emotional content”.
Ferrari EGO Concept
There are all the usual features one would expect for this kind of concept: a fighter plane inspired “cockpit”, exposed carbon fibre, an aluminium tubular chassis, a wraparound windscreen and LED taillights.
There are also active aerodynamic elements such as the rear spoiler, front “wings” and air intakes. Exhaust gas is even used to increase downforce.
The boys from IAAD claim their inspiration came from the Ferrari P3 and P4/5. Like many of the design studies we’ve featured on the site, it’s an attractive from some angles but fussy from others.