Taking inspiration from the iconic Ferrari Testarossa, whose name means Red Head, this so-called CascoRosso literally translates to Red Helmet. However, unlike the Testarossa, this is just an unofficial rendering and not a real car.
The CascoRosso was designed by Dejan Hristov, who clearly thought that a future Ferrari supercar could do with a bit more ruggedness in its design. Still, while this looks like it belongs in a Hot Wheels set, it’s certainly well-designed and visually menacing.
Judging by the styling, we’re inclined to say this is a front-engined exotic, but it can also be all things to all people, depending on how far you want to let your imagination fly. It also has many interesting aerodynamic elements, like the fender winglets, vents, subtle roof scoop and split active rear wing.
Lastly, we noticed the doors, which have no visible handles and would probably open in a “gullwing” fashion, like on a Pagani Huayra, if they were real.
The overall aesthetic of the rear end is very aggressive, yet the styling is easily recognizable as “typical Ferrari”. The front end however is more generic, to the point where you could put some other badge on there and have this pass as some type of Corvette Concept for example.
Note: These are independent illustrations made by Dejan Hristov and are in no way related to or endorsed by Ferrari