GT-S Passionata by Ugur Sahin

Yesterday we told you that Ferrari signed an agreement with Italy’s most prestigeous designhouses. The Dutch designer Ugur Sahin has created a design based on the Ferrari 599 GTB. Engine details aren’t known yet but we guess the engine won’t be changed from the original 599 GTB. This is only a design-study as Sahin is currently busy with the coachbuilt of the Corvette Z03. The cars are what he calls “feasible design concepts’ which means ‘when people want it, we’ll build them’… We’ve added the press release after the jump!

GT-S Passionata by Ugur Sahin

GT-S Passionata by Ugur Sahin

Press Release:

Ugur Sahin’s USD GT-S Passionata concept.

Working at the final production preparations for our USD Corvette Z03 project, Ugur Sahin Design hereby releases the first official images of our new USD GT-S Passionata concept.
The name Passionata refers to the dedicated passion that was used by Ugur Sahin to take his Ferrari Dino concept of last year to a feasible concept study in order to create the ultimate design balance for a timeless piece of Automotive Haute Couture.

Based on the Ferrari 599 Fiorano aluminium space frame chassis and mechanicals, the USD GT-S Passionata is a grand sports tourer which design language brings back the days of Ferrari’s iconic GT and race cars from the sixties.

The USD GT-s Passionata concept has been developed for the select customer that desires a perfect blend of neo-classical body design language and modern technologies and road performance. We present the USD GT-S Passionata as a feasible design concept, which indicates that when there will be a demand for customer conversions, production will be arranged.

2 COMMENTS

  1. Stop comparing to other designs, in that matter all cars look like the other car that looks like an other car already existing…

    This design is just so beautiful, can’t wait to
    see it in RL. And with 599 GTB as donor car, I presume the driving experience is 110%
    And well, if you can spend some money for an exclusive car, this wouldn’t be the worse choice, would it?

    Great job!!

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