Igor Krasnov is a Russian designer on cardesign.ru, with great skills. What you see above is his view on Ferrari’s Four-Door Coupe. It’s a supercar gone wild with a great long body, small but sharp headlamps, a red interior and some James Bond styled wheels to make the whole image complete. We’re not sure if Ferrari reads it or if they’re going to use any shapes from this rendered speculation, but we do know that it’s gorgeous and that the sheiks are selling oil at high prices to buy it if the Italians will build it.
How would you improve it. What is it that you love and what is it that you’d change ? – via WCF
Morgan AeroMax coupe, was first presented in 2006 during the International Motor Show in Geneva as a custom built car but today I’ve heard that they are going to produce 100 units. Our friends from WorldCarFans say that this is a love-it or hate-it design, but I have to disagree. How can you not love it?
Under the all-aluminum hood, is a 4.8 liter V8 engine from BMW that develops a stunning 367 bhp, does 0 – 100kmh in just 4.2 seconds and tops at 170 mph. This is supposed to be the first Morgan ever to feature an automatic transmission, a six-speed ZF gearbox.
When it comes to the exterior design I don’t think you need any comments, right? I think that’s the car of the week.
Geneva is going to be a great Auto Show in March if we consider the number of new models we’ll get to see. Here is another one I’ve heard of : Ford is preparing their Focus Coupe Cabriolet model, created in a partnership with Pinifarina. As you can see it looks stylish and I can assure you it’s going to be fast, too, using a 100 hp 1.6-l Duratec petrol engine, a 145 hp 2.0-l Duratec HE engine or a 2.0-litre Duratorq TDCi diesel developing 136 hp and a 320 Nm maximum torque.
There will also be a Ford Focus Coupe Cabriolet “Titanium” version that comes with 17-inch alloy wheels, black headlamp housings and a leather interior. We have no prices right now, but still drooling on the picture.