Ferrari Enzo Modulo II: new images

Automotive Design 25 Jan 2010
Ferrari Enzo Modulo II: new images

An exclusive gallery of new images for the Ferrari Enzo Modulo, the dynamic concept created by Paolo Martin to reinterpret his legendary Modulo dream car in a modern way. Includes several renderings and 3D CAD views.


The new set of images show in more detail the design of the Ferrari Enzo Modulo, a concept created by designer Paolo Martin as a modern rivisitation of his iconic Modulo dream car.

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Above: side by side, the original Ferrari Modulo (left) and the new Enzo Modulo Concept (right)

Compared to the original Modulo, characterized by the low height, lenticular-shaped profile, clean surfaces, the Enzo Modulo has a more dynamic look, with large exposed rear wheels visually framed by muscular wheel-arches, which break the almost-perfect simmetry of the iconic Modulo and – combined with a number of air-intake and grilles – contribute to an aggressive
and performance-oriented appearance.

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It however maintains the trademark proportions (about 4.5 meters in lenght, under 1 meter of height and over 2 meters in width), the large glass surfaces, the color scheme and the overall almost sci-fi look.

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(Image Courtesy: Paolo Martin)

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