Help me figure out a car I saw


#1

It looked like a Corvette kind of, the only badge on the front was a ferrari kind of shape. It was wider and lower than a vette and looked totally cool. No vet chevron on the rear, what was it? Newer Vintage. Sorry no pics, cannot find anything online, I want that car!


#2

The Berlinettas or GTB cars with the front engine V12s look a lot like the Corvette to me.

http://www.ferrariapproved.com/pre-owned/FERRARI/599_GTB+Fiorano/Greensboro/20536768


#3

The only logo I can think of that resembles the Prancing Horse is the one Peugeot uses. Try googling “Peugeot sports car images” and see if anything pops up.


#4

Did it look like this?


#5

It was a badge similar to the shape of Ferrari, but the car was definitely lower and wider than the links from @jtsanders. The shape of the badge in front was basically a rectangle with a triangular bottom, but no ferrari detailing, it was mostly silver and I could make out no more than that. Sexy rolls over the front fenders, low and a mean looking machine! I mean it had Le mans car as an option, not a peugot, thanks though @the_same_mountainbike


#6

It looked kind of like this but more street and cabin normal.


#7

Maybe a Volkswagen, um, Lamborghini. Google super cars and look at the image page to see if anything looks familiar. Click on the image to find out what it is. There is also a site named supercars.net. You might browse it to learn a little about what you find once you know what it is. And let us know. I’m curious.


#8

@jtsanders googled it, no match, for your info no spoiler either! No goofy mirrors either!


#9

Look up “Pagani cars” and see if you recognize it. The Huayra fits the description, but I’m unable to post a link.


#10

@the_same_mountainbike the Pagani cars look cool but not balanced, high in the rear they are, for most and just downright ugly for the Huayra


#11

How about McClaren? I’ve seen a couple the last month or so.


#12

what was that Canadian thing


#13

NO i WOULD SAY UF DA IF IT WAS A CANADIEN THWING. Or maybe eh?


#14

McLaren P1:


#15

I was thinking Bricklin, but that’s not later model. I thought I deleted my previous comment, sorry


#16

You’re right, Canadian thing was Bricklin, but that’s not going to be confused with anything modern:


#17

I’ve seen kit cars with ‘‘ferrari’’ logos…even ferrari pickups.


#18

Aston Martin DB7 or DB9? You didn’t give us much to go on.


#19

Gumpert uses a logo that looks a bit like Ferraris. Is the Gumpert Apollo what you saw?

http://www.gumpertracing.com/gallery.php


#20

As far as the Bricklin goes . . .

I clearly remember a book or magazine . . . a long time ago . . . said the Bricklin front end looked like it was swallowing an 8 track