Ferrari Spaceship Concept

Jan 28, 2019

Category: Rides

We’re not sure who’s in charge of the spaceship designs for the upcoming Star Wars: Episode VII film, but Ferrari design director Flavio Manzoni looks like he clearly could’ve handled the task.

The man behind the designs for the FXX K and LaFerrari wanted to look further into the future and came up with this beautifully sleek spaceship concept. “I tried to imagine something that can fly in the future, since there will be less and less space available on the ground, and I focused on creating a little craft that’s different than my childhood dream,” said Manzoni to Form Trends. The front of the spacecraft certainly borrows some styling cues from the F1-derived spoiler found on the LaFerrari and the FXX K. Manzoni says he was also heavily influenced by Blade Runner, the Flash Gordon serialsand 2001: A Space Odyssey.

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