Ferrari Xezri Competizione Edition

Ferrari Xezri Competizione Edition
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Runner-up in Ferrari design contest goes back to the drawing board for a racier take on the concept. At the 2011 Ferrari World Design Contest, Azerbaijani automotive designer Samir Sadikhov submitted his Ferrari Xezri concept as a student at the Istituto Europeo di Design (IED) and scooped second prize behind South Korea’s Hongik University.

Ferrari Xezri

Now he’s revisited the design with a racing-themed twist. Inspired by the racing-spec F40, the Xezri Competizione Edition sports a fresh assortment of aerodynamic components for a track-only racing version of his mid-engine supercar concept.

Ferrari Xezri

Tom Cooper | Elite. 

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