Over the years, Ferrari has built some of the most beautiful vehicles but there is always scope for improvement. However, not many would have seen as beautiful as Ferrari Aliante Barchetta which is designed by Daniel Soriano. If you follow Ferrari World Design Contest, then would remember and recognize Aliante which was first designed in the year 2011. Nonetheless, Daniel Soriano went back to drawing board and redesigned Ferrari Aliante and his creation is astonishing. One of the first thing one would notice in Ferrari Aliante Barchetta is its stunning and eye-catching exterior.
Front of Aliante Barchetta has a pair of triangular shaped headlights and a black front splitter and air intakes. Nose is quite low and bulging front wheels arches that extends out of the bodywork. The wheel arches look stunning but it also gives driver a clear view of the top of each wheel. It helps them to perfectly place the vehicle while cornering. Another interesting aspect incorporated by Daniel Soriano is unique windshield that has an aggressive shape. Cabin of Ferrari Aliante Barchetta features a retro-inspired steering wheel and series of classic gauges.
Another noticeable feature is six-speed gated manual shifter and a pair of bucket seats. Rear of Aliante Barchetta consist of two round taillights, a pair of tailpipes and a sharp diffuser. One feature that outdid every design feature in Ferrari Aliante Barchetta is the glass engine cover. Usually, engine covers mid-engine supercars are flat or extended down with the roofline, Aliante Barchetta’s has its own little glass canopy. It uses flat-12 cylinder with independent throttle bodies. It would be pleasure to all our eyes if Ferrari decides to make it.