Boasting all the muscular design features you’d expect from a hypercar, including wide, swooping bodywork and an aggressively crouched stance, the concept has been inspired by the Next Generation Air Dominance program (NGAD), a military venture to appoint the next wave of air superiority fighters.
The concept is essentially a road-legal F1 car, and the massive apertures between the wheels and body are the biggest visual cues of that.
Under its hood, the F80 is said to pack a 6.3-litre V12 engine with 740 hp, while the Formula 1 KERS system added to the F80 increases its power to 900PS.
This pushes the car to superb performance levels, including a 0-100 km/h time of only 2.2 seconds and a top speed of 500 km/h.
Sadly, the Ferrari F80 by Adriano Raeli will remain a concept, with no plans for it to go into production.