No, it’s not Ferrari’s exciting new mid-engined supercar, but instead the brainchild of a talented designer Alexander Imnadze Baldini and was named the Milano Vision GT.

Instead of trying to conceive a new supercar from an existing car manufacturer, the designer decided to create the vehicle as if it came from a small company in Milan, Italy that creates cars for games like Gran Turismo and Forza. While it has a similar shape and proportions Ferrari 296 GTBit undeniably stands out and brims with sex appeal.

The front of the Milano Vision GT immediately catches the eye thanks to the sleek headlights located on the outer sides of the panel. It also has a prominent radiator grille and has large cooling ducts for the front brakes. The front part of the car is dominated by smooth lines, it includes a smooth windshield and slender side windows.

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Side view, the two-tone Vision GT wheels make an immediate impression, as do the large air intakes located just behind the front wheel arches. The wing mirrors are also particularly impressive, but most likely they would have increased in size if such a car had been built.

We especially like the rear half of the car. The lush quarter panels gently flow into a simple LED panel that runs the width of the rear. Baldini also envisioned a supercar with a single, center-exit exhaust pipe and a relatively thin diffuser, as well as a hydraulically controlled active rear wing.

Finally, the glass engine cover that sits above what appears to be an eight-cylinder engine is also visible.

Thanks to Alexander Imnad Baldini for sharing his project with us