Wednesday, 13 December 2017
Petrolicious shop : Ferrari 400 by Niels van Roy Design
This is what Niels (http://nielsvanroij.nl/) has to say about his work:
Compared to many other cars from the brand with the prancing horse this front-engined V12 2+2 Ferrari is a not-so-standard-choice and a bit unloved. The 400 is a true grand tourer, made by Ferrari between 1972 and 1989. It was the very first Ferrari to be available with an automatic transmission, enhancing this grand tourer’s character even more. With subtle design by Leonardo Fioravanti the three-box 400 is one of my favorite GT’s. It is long, stretched, pure and elegant. It just communicates this ease of driving over long stretches of autobahn or perhaps beautiful country roads. Instead of being overly aggressive, as many sportcars still are, the 400 is understated but self-assured. A well-executed piece of automotive design.
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I thought it was a Maserati. None the less it is a classic!ReplyDelete