The Ferrari P4/5 was conceived, designed and built entirely by Pininfarina, transforming the dream of collector James Glickenhaus into reality.
An initial stage of analysis and stylistic research evolved into the definition of the surfaces and the construction and assembly.
Over 200 components were developed specifically, with constant interaction between styling and technical design, with bi-xenon headlights, alloy rims and visible aluminium and stainless steel hinges.
The lines of the car are expressed in the soft muscularity of the body, which is built entirely of carbon. The front reveals both aerodynamic practicality and stylistic novelty in the tapered profile; the central volume is dominated by the single-shell windscreen, and passengers access the interior through two butterfly-wing doors. The rear end has powerful wings, into which the drop-shaped transparent rear window is set, also serving as an engine cover.
The stylistic intervention also involved the interior, which was completely re-designed following the client’s indications.