Top 5 Wings & Spoilers on Supercars: Keeping Ferraris, Lamborghinis from taking off

How can you assure that a fast-moving land item stays on the ground and doesn’t take off? Don’t be afraid to put some weight on it. You couldn’t, however, order an anvil to be strapped to the rear of your automobile every time you wanted to give it the beans. Then there’s physics.

This is also why Ferrari, Lamborghini, and other high-end manufacturers pay their engineers more than we do.

We’re talking about supercars’ rear lightweight wings or spoilers that assist generate downforce and keep them grounded at high speeds in straight lines and bends. A wing as light as 9 kg can generate the downforce of an invisible elephant using today’s technology.

Ferrari LaFerrari

Top 5 Wings & Spoilers on Supercars: Keeping Ferraris, Lamborghinis from taking off

Ferrari is a loose translation. When it comes to style and functionality, the Ferrari LaFerrari is a wonder. The black line running from the side to the back of the automobile not only pays homage to the Ferrari F50 but also divides the rear spoiler into two halves.

The top section is stationary, but when greater downforce is required, the lower section slides out.

This allows the LaFerrari to have an active spoiler to help it stay grounded at high speeds or while stopping, while still keeping a stunning seamless look (which is quite a prerequisite to being a Ferrari).

Ford GT

Top 5 Wings & Spoilers on Supercars: Keeping Ferraris, Lamborghinis from taking off

In comparison to its predecessors, which weren’t exactly slow-looking cars, to begin with, the current-generation Ford GT features an entirely new design. Buttresses run the length of the vehicle, from the movable rear wing that changes shape and works as an air brake is part of the car’s active aerodynamics kit.

The roof to the back wheel, providing not just a spaceship-like appearance but also downforce.

Koenigsegg One:1

Top 5 Wings & Spoilers on Supercars: Keeping Ferraris, Lamborghinis from taking off

First and foremost, you must understand why it is called one to one. It’s the 1,360 kg/1,360 hp ridiculous power-to-weight ratio. So, in order for a lightweight automobile with so much power to take off, it needs a lot of downforces. Enter the Formula 1-style wing, which weighs only 9 kg but generates 600 kg of downforce.

Zenvo TSR-S

Top 5 Wings & Spoilers on Supercars: Keeping Ferraris, Lamborghinis from taking off

On a corner, the car’s center of gravity shifts outward, tilting the car towards the outside of the corner and giving the outside wheels more grip. As a result, the Danish engineers devised an active spoiler that aids grip on the inside wheels.

The TSR-spoiler S’s pivots on its mounting depending on the corner’s direction and create downforce to help level the car. That is ingenious.

Lamborghini Huracan Performante

Top 5 Wings & Spoilers on Supercars: Keeping Ferraris, Lamborghinis from taking off

The top rank goes to a curiously regular-looking wing on the Huracan Performante, out of all the active and weird spoilers and wings described above. The air is funneled into the wing but escapes from the underside of it as part of the Aerodynamica Lamborghini Attiva (ALA) system, removing any drag that would otherwise be caused by a regular spoiler.

The ALA system may be utilized as active aero, which means it uses only one side of the wing’s air vents to generate the same magic as the Zenvo without moving the wing.

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