Embroiled though we are in one of the best Geneva cycles in recent memory, we’ll always have a minute for fan-fiction from the diehard, design-driven auto enthusiasts that lurk on the interwebs. Aldo Schurmann‘s timing wasn’t great — releasing his CADs for a proposed FT12 mid-engine Ferrari concurrent with an event where similarly exotic machines are being physically unveiled — but we’ve gotta hand it to him — this thing is beautiful.
Though he slapped the Prancing Horse on the V12 supercar, at first glance the FT12 concept looks a hell of a lot like Lamborghini‘s now-discontinued Gallardo, what with its forward-sloping trunk panel, dagger-slit headlamps, and the angular scoops that slash chunks out of the doors.
How do you think the FT12 stacks up? Should Ferrari reenter the mid-engine v12 market (its last mid 12 was the 1997 F50; the 458 Italia is a mid-engined V8), or is this just a pipe dream?
For more from Aldo, hit his website.