The Ferrari Verus is a hybrid-powered supercar concept created by the Romanian designer Andrus Ciprian. It must be Ferrari year for Ciprian, because this is the third Ferrari concept he’s developed in the last 12 months – if you count both the original and updated Ferrari Figaro concepts as two separate vehicles.
The inspiration for the Verus concept actually comes from Ferrari’s main competitor, Lamborghini. In particular the Lamborghini Veneno hypercar. As such the Verus concept has an extremely pointed front end and very taught surfaces. It’s slightly less bonkers than the Veneno, but then without a mind-numbing class-A drugs binge it would be hard to out-crazy the Lamborghini.
Other influences for the car come from the Ferrari LaFerrari and the Ferrari P4/5.
Powering the Ferrari Verus concept is a hybrid drivetrain identical to that found in the new Ferrari LaFerrari. That means a mid-mounted 6.3 litre V12 and an electric motor work together to produce 949 horsepower and 663 lb-ft of torque.
Source: Thanks to Andrus Ciprian for the info and images