Home > Concept cars > Ferrari F460 Tifosi

Ferrari F460 Tifosi

Ferrari F460 Tifosi

Ferrari F460 Tifosi
Ferrari F460 Tifosi
Make Ferrari
Model F460 Tifosi
Concept year 2008
Production year -
Engine V8

The Ferrari F460 Tifosi is a concept created by Atilla Tay, a Transport Design graduate from the Art Center College of Design, Pasadena.

The F460 Tifosi is a proposal for a successor to the current Ferrari F430. Based on the F460 name, power for the concept would come from a 4.6 litre, mid-mounted V8. And, like the F430, the Tifosi's engine is visible through a glass rear hatch. The 'Tifosi' part of the name is taken from the Italian word for 'fan', and in Italy the word Tifosi is often used to describe the supporters of Scuderia Ferrari in Formula One.

The Ferrari F460 Tifosi is similar in size, proportion and layout to the F430, but with perhaps a slightly more slippery profile. The exterior design of the concept is inspired by the shape of DNA, using continuous flowing lines to define the surfaces. The matt black color of the concept helps to emphasize style lines of the concept.

Currently the F460 Tifosi exists as a quarter-scale hand-built model. Atilla can be contacted at:

Similar and related vehicles:
Ferrari F430
Ferrari FSX
Ferrari Design 2005
Italdesign Ferrari GG50
Ferrari Aurea by DGF Design
Ferrari Dino (2007)
Ferrari F250
Ferrari Concept 2008
Ferrari Zobin
Ferrari V4 Motorcycle

Home - About - Contact - Privacy Policy
CC 2005 - 2014