I haven't been too fond of ferrari concept sketches these days. Back before the enzo was produced, it was dissappointing to me to see the sketches represent the lines so poorly (some know-it-all is now probably gonna tell me that concept sketches are supposed to be skewed and unrealistic). But what I mean is that the lines weren't really credible... the sketch didn't trick me into thinking those porportions were real (as it's supposed to, realistic or not). Here's the best example: http://www.carbodydesign.com/vehicles/ferrari/2003-enzo/Ferrari-Enzo-Sketch_1.jpg It looks like the nose is turned toward me... it shouldn't. The colors, texture, and brushwork are executed professionally, though. Here's one I think they did right: http://www.pininfarina.it/upload/speciali/img/24052005145748_index_birdcage_02.jpg See what I mean? It's definately unrealistic, but the drawing tricks you into thinking the shape is plausible. The sketch of this p4 is the same way. The lines are completely believeable, even though they are exaggerated. This is an excellent sketch. It does justice to the old 330, and to the upcomming car that it represents, no doubt.