After recently bringing us an interesting Lamborghini supercar design concept a few weeks back, Alex Imnadze is at it again with his latest creation, dubbed the Ferrari Quattroporte Design Concept.
The whole premise of such a study is to speculate on what a possible four-door Ferrari may look like if it were ever produced. And while many would be firmly against such a car ever hitting the production line, speculation of a four-door Ferrari to rival the Maserati Quattroporte, Mercedes-Benz S63 AMG and BMW M5 has been around for quite some time.
Imnadze took inspiration for the Ferrari Quattroporte from styling elements seen on the F12 Berlinetta and FF to create the concept with the two small rear doors possibly hinting that Rolls Royce-esque suicide doors could be featured.
Although no details are given about the car, it’s likely that it would be front-engined, like the FF and F12 Berlinetta while borrowing the rear-wheel drive system from the F12.
As always however, this is simply a study not endorsed or supported by Ferrari in anyway, but it is interesting to see how such a car could turn out if ever produced.