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Ferrari 328 Conciso Is The Oddest Coachbuilt Ferrari Ever Made

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  • Ferrari 328 Conciso Is The Oddest Coachbuilt Ferrari Ever Made

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    Coatchbuilt cars are usually a hit or miss as they largely strike a cord with a very audience with a niche design mindset. That said, the 1989 Ferrari Conciso is an especially odd one, as it took coachbuilt Ferrari design in a direction that was wildly odd and totally unimagined before. And while the thought and reasoning behind this unique one-off Italian car was sound, the end product is easily the oddest looking coachbuilt Ferraris ever built.

    Designed by Bernd Rudiger Michalak Design Studio, a widely-famed company specialising in prototype development, the Ferrari Conciso was designed in 1993 as an imagination of design inspired by the Ferrari Barchetta and the Lotus Seven of the fifties. The car was based on the Ferrari 328 GTS Roadster and designed strictly under the firm’s philosophy that a sportscar is supposed to be athletic, with not a single extra ounce of extra weight; an ideology reflected in the name itself, where ‘Conciso’ literally translates to concise and to the point in Italian.

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