Independent designer Adriano Raeli has envisioned a virtuall successor to the Ferrari LaFerrari.

Independent designer Adriano Raeli has envisioned a virtual successor to the Ferrari LaFerrari.

Dubbed the F80, the flagship supercar is described by its creator as a “street-legal F1 car” and is inspired by the NGAD project, a development program for a future air fighter.

Raeli says the car could be powered by a twin-turbo V8 unit with 900 PS (662 kW), supported by a 300 PS (220 kW) K.E.R.S. system. The 0-100 km/h (0-62 mph) acceleration should take no more than two seconds, while the top speed will reach 500 km/h (310 mph). The F80 project features two asymmetrically-placed seats and weights only 800 kg (1763 lbs).

Raeli already has a potential buyer in mind for his stunning supercar. This is Nick Mason, Pink Floyd drummer and Ferrari collector, who is an “unparalleled personality”, according to the designer.

Gallery: Future Ferrari flagship F80 supercar rendered, comes from outer space