If it were up to us, we’d call the Ferrari Infinita concept car “Megan Fox on wheels”. Painted sensual red and defined by huge curves, the design competition finalist sprang forth from the minds of South Korean design students. They are Ahn Dre, Lee Sahngseok, and Kim Cheong Ju. They must feel like hugging themselves right now.
Thanks to its technology-driven consumers, Korean manufacturers are investing in great design more than ever. Small wonder that the country has emerged as a leading hub for modern design of almost everything, from MP3 players to tablets to cruise ships.
If this design or variations of it does enter production (a lot happens between a drawing board, a scale model, and the factory), it might have difficulty finding itself space in urbanscapes cluttered with compact cars. We really do believe small is the way to go in the feature, at least this is the industry trend waiting around the corner.
Oh, in case you’re wondering: what’s pictured above is a scale model.
But since the Ferrari Infinity concept is a competition winner, it means there are other cars that made it to second place and more. For the whole eye-popping selection of vehicles, check the link below.
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