Ferrari GTE Concept envisioned as the F70

Angelo Granata has envisioned its own version of the Ferrari Enzo successor.

Angelo Granata has envisioned his own version of the Ferrari Enzo successor.

We are sure that not a lot of people would mind if this were indeed the new F70. The GTE Concept is 4,650mm long, 2,030mm wide and 1,080mm tall, with a 2,680mm wheelbase. The front features F40-inspired double LED projectors and a duckbill nose design meant to lower aerodynamic drag and increase downforce during high speeds. At the back it comes with an adjustable spoiler built into the car's body.

The GTE is imagined with a carbon fiber monocoque passenger safety cell, a front/rear subframe and a double clutch gearbox. Power comes from a hybrid setup that includes an 800 hp (596 kW) V12 7.3-liter engine and a 120 hp (89 kW) KERS system.

Check out Angelo's link below to see some of his other concepts, including a modern McLaren F1.

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