Škoda 110 Super Sport Ferat Concept (1971) – The design of the car around the year 1950 and above experienced very remarkable developments, ranging from luxury cars, family cars to the emergence of sporty car cars including the Skoda 110 Super Sport Ferat.
This car is dominated by glossy black to show its identity as a sports car. It has a sedan-like body but looks tough with the wings on the back so it can go faster. Let’s review the design of this car starting from the front.
The front of the car looks minimalist with a box headlight that matches the box on the nose. The hood of this car is different from other types of cars because the way to open it is opened from the back just like one of the cars we’ve discussed, the Saturn Curve Concept.
Switch to the right and left side. At first glance, this car is like any other normal car, has 2 doors. But, you have been fooled by the appearance, because this car does not have a normal door, because the design of the door of the car is directly integrated with the roof and how to open it pushes the door to the top. Cool isn’t it?
At the back, you will see a wing design that in theory functions to regulate wind speed while driving at fantastic speeds. It is quite precise with the design on the front and looks very fused. The engine hood of this car is at the rear and looks quite long which indirectly identifies he has a horse-powered engine – although we have not been able to confirm what type of machine was used at that time -.
For a sporty concept car, the Skoda 110 Super Sport Ferat offers an attractive design. But, of course, this must be adjusted to the expectations of someone who will drive it, right? What do you think?