Obviously at this point we have no idea what the future may bring, but that hasn't stopped Italian designer Luca Serafini from producing a number of quite stunning renderings of a concept version for the F430 successor.
The current generation Ferrari F430 succeeded the 360 back in 2004 and since then we have seen special versions created including the F430 Scuderia which was unveiled by Michael Schumacher at last year's Frankfurt Motor Show. Having been on the market now for four years and taking into account its predecessor's life span was six years, we can only assume the Italians have development well under way for a replacement. Obviously at this point we have no idea what the future may bring, but that hasn't stopped Italian designer Luca Serafini from producing a number of other quit stunning renderings of a concept of what the successor to the F430 may look like.
The design follows Luca's tried and tested process: Brainstorming - sketches - modelling – concept. “Feeling the need to replace the 430, i started looking closer the classic Ferrari models. It was important for me to reach in the new concept a path through the past,” commented Luca.
The next step for the Italian Designer is to create 1:4 scale model and judging by these renderings we can only hope someone in Ferrari is watching, you can check out some more of his work at his deviantART home page here.