Of course, have you ever thought about What is the most beautiful sports car in the world. Since beauty is difficult to quantify, the answers are endless. However, due to scientific reasons, the debate can end.At least that is the result of a study he conducted World of Warcraft, This is a platform for buying and selling cars of British descent.According to the golden ratio (a mathematical equation that determines the perfect proportions of objects), he determined that the title corresponds to Ferrari.
The golden ratio can be traced back to 2500 years and is a formula used by ancient architects and artists to pursue perfection. Miguel Angel, For example, he used it to draw Adan Creation On the roof Sistine Chapel.In recent times, it has been used to identify American actors George Clooney From a mathematical point of view, he is the most perfect person…
According to this formula, CarWow determines Ferrari Monza SP1 2019 is officially the most beautiful performance car in the past 70 years because it is 61.75% is consistent with the golden ratio.
The Ferrari Monza SP1 is inspired by the Barchetta concept of competition, which began with 166 mm Since 1948, with the iconic evolution 750 Monza ÿ 860 Monza. It is designed as a single-seater street vehicle with a unique identity, providing a real experience for the driver.
It is equipped with the most powerful engine ever made by Maranello, the V12 comes from 812 Resume Can get you from 0 to 100 km/h in 2.9 seconds And The time from 0 to 200 km/h is 7.9 seconds.
Monza SP1 won iconic vehicles (e.g. Ford GT40 Since 1964 (61.64%).They are located farther away Ferrari 330 GTC Speciale Since 1967 (61.15%), Lotus Elite (60,07%), Ferrari 250 GTO From 1962 (59.95%), Chevrolet Corvette C2 1963 (58.86%), Ferrari 330 P4 Since 1967 (58.65%), Alfa Romeo Alfita Since 1974 (58.53%), Lamborghini Miura 1966 (57.83%) and Maserati Indy 1969 (57.75%).
In order to determine how close the design of each car is to the golden ratio, we start from 14 points In the front images of different models. Using a customized computer program, plot the distance between each point and compare it with the distance of the golden section to get a close to perfect percentage.