There comes a point in one’s life where they need to come to terms with the fact that some things aren’t real, whether it’s Santa Claus or an honest politician, they simply don’t exist. Sadly, the Ferrari Celeritas concept is one of those things.
This two-seater convertible with sleek and sexy lines incorporates twin spoilers that move independently of one another to increase and decrease downforce . The concept Ferrari also features a low profile with sweeping wheel arches and a visible engine block in the rear. And of course, it’s extremely easy on the eyes.
The creation of designer Aldo Schurmann, the Celeritas concept certainly gives new meaning to the term “dream car,” as it most likely will never exist other than on paper. Let’s just hope the folks over in Maranello are paying attention.
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