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What if Ferrari gives in to industry pressure and creates a four door model?

By PetrolHead on 24 Dec 2012

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Ferrari has been labelled many things but we doubt family friendly is one of them. Yes the Ferrari FF and many Gran Tourers before it, seats four comfortably but any other car could do that job as well.

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There is the Aston Martin Rapide, Porsche Panamera, Bentley Continental Flying Spur or even the Maserati Quattroporte. But what if - out of industry pressure or the Ferrari bosses got hit in the head and started coming out with ideas like a Ferrari 4x4 or Ferrari Sports Utility Vehicle and in the process decided to do up a proper four door supercar like the Lamborghini Estoque.

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Well Automotive designer Alex Imnadze has done just that. Dubbed the Ferrari Quattroporte, which is lifted from Maserati, the design study mixes design cues from several current Ferrari models like the FF and the F12berlinetta though the overall shape and face reminds me of the 612 Scalegetti.

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The flowy lines with a sloping roofline covers the four doors quite nicely thought the rear doors are a tad narrow. Though Imnadze doesn't provide a description for the car, the proportions, lack of air vents on the side and the rear panels, point to a front-engine, rear wheel drive configuration.

What do you guys think?

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Photo Credit: Alex Imnadze

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PetrolHead
Written by PetrolHead
A passionate motoring enthusiast since little, Akram's articles gives alternative insights on the latest motoring news.



 
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