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Students from some of the world’s top automotive design schools participated in Ferrari’s challenge for the supercar of the future. After students from 50 different schools submitted their designs, the 4 finalists were from Hochschule Pforzheim in Germany, Hongik University in Korea, ISD-Rubika in France and America’s own College for Creative Studies in Detroit.
The winner of the top prize, or the “Gran Premio Assoluto”, was the Manifesto supercar from ISD-Rubika. The design team was made up of Michael Barthly, Grimaud Gervex, Jean Baptiste Epinat, Michael Kalyvianakis, Stanislas Oleksiak and William Stock.
A number of Ferrari’s own designers were the judges as well as designers from Pininfarinia. Also, Sebastian Vettel, Formula One Racer, was also involved.
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