This weekend's Bahrain Grand Prix heralded the dawn of an era thanks to the introduction of a new generation of Formula 1 cars. These have come about thanks to extensive rule changes, intended to allow for the cars to run together more closely and in doing so make overtaking a little easier. While Red Bull Racing and Mercedes-AMG F1 both produced very interesting designs, it was the Scuderia Ferrari that ultimately did the best job. In the hands of Charles Leclerc, the Ferrari F1-75 qualified on pole position and went on to win the race, beating team-mate Carlos Sainz. In doing so, the particularly lovely looking F1-75 ended Ferrari's 45-race victory drought.
At an online launch, Alpine introduced the A4810 Project by IED late last week. As the name suggests, it was created at the Istituto Europeo di Design in Turin, by a group of 28 Masters students. Underneath the particularly wild styling, the A4810 boasts a hydrogen-powered drivetrain. Sadly, there are no plans to actually put the futuristic supercar into production.
Offering a more concrete look at what the future has in store is Audi with the A6 Avant e-tron Concept. Again, the name says it all; the show car is a preview of the upcoming, all-electric version of A6 Avant production road car.
Also due in the near future is the Ferrari 296 GT3. Due to replace the 488 GTB-based GT racers, this newly developed machine will be eligible to compete in all the major sports car championships including the FIA WEC and IMSA. Ending a long-standing relationship with Padova-based specialists Michelotto, the 296 GT3 will actually be developed and built in France, by Oreca.

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2022 Alpine A4810 Project by IED

2022 Audi A6 Avant e-tron Concept

2023 Ferrari 296 GT3

2022 Ferrari F1-75