Ferrari GTE design study concept is a work of Italian designer Angelo Granata. This car is his vision of what the replacement for the Ferrari Enzo should look like. It is a 100 percent imaginary design and has nothing to do with the actual car (F70) which is due next year.
Angelo’s car draws inspiration from a couple of contemporary Ferrari models and uses some of their features, but the face and the character of it belongs to the designer. That is probably why it is unusually soft and curvy. Ferraris, especially hyper ones, tend to be more angular and aggressive.
The real Enzo successor – as we know from spyshots and stuff – is heavily inspired by models like the 458 and the FF, especially at the front. It will also have full-on gullwing doors, and will probably benefit from active aerodynamics as well.
Regardless of the concept though, the GTE is a fantastic job as far as designing and rendering matter.