Ferrari Vision Gran Turismo is a virtual concept car presented during the Gran Turismo World Finals in Monte Carlo.
It will be available to all users of GT7 starting next December 23, the Ferrari Vision Gran Turismo will also be exhibited at the Ferrari Museum in Maranello in the area dedicated to the Prancing Horse One-Offs, the single-seater will remain on display until March 2023.
A sports car, which, albeit virtual, concludes the celebrations dedicated to the seventy-fifth anniversary of the Ferrari, there Vision GT was designed by Ferrari Style Center under the direction of Flavio Manzoni and draws inspiration from the world of Sport Prototypes of the 60s and 70s, cars that enjoyed enormous success in endurance races, including the 24 Hours of Le Mans, won by Ferrari nine times.
Ferrari Vision Gran Turismo is equipped with a V6 biturbo engine producing over 1,000 HP.
This is the same engine mounted on the 296 GTS, 296 GTB and GT3In this configuration, the 3-litre biturbo V6 reaches a power of 1,030 horsepower at 9,000 rpm and is combined with three electric motors that provide an additional boost of 240 kW (326 hp).
The suspensions are designed to always keep the contact surface of the tires unchanged for the benefit of maximum traction, thus allowing the Vision Gran Turismo to unload 1100 Nm of torque on the asphalt on the rear wheels, developed by the combination of a thermal engine and an electric machine.
Ferrari and Gran Turismo have collaborated to ensure that the engine sound of the Vision Gran Turismo is as faithful to reality as possible.
The body of the virtual single-seater from Maranello appears to be suspended on a flat bottom made of composite material, the car is equipped with advanced electronic controls that guarantee record-breaking stability.