“Flying Saucer” Creators Release a Unique Berlinetta

MySpin: Australian cars community MySpin 3 years ago

Italian coachbuilder studio Touring Superleggera that releases the Disco Volante sports car (“Flying saucer”) presented the Berlinetta Lusso coupe on the Geneva motor show. The novelty was built on the base of Ferrari F12 Berlinetta and has only been released in one copy on order of an unknown client.

The coupe received an altered front body part with a different bumper, radiator grill, and with tiny air inlets.

The novelty also differs from the standard Berlinetta with different side skirts, uniquely designed disks, and silver-color brake mechanism supports. Besides, the coupe received a new rear diffuser and a different baggage compartment cover.

There’s no information about the technical contents of the coupe yet. By all appearances, the Berlinetta Lusso has the engine of its platform “donor.” Ferrari F12 Berlinetta is fitted with a 6.3-liter V12 engine that develops 740 horse powers. The supercar can accelerate to the first 100 kph in 3.1 seconds, and its maximum velocity makes 340 kph.

Berlinetta Lusso’s price is kept secret. In total, the Italians are planning to release five of these cars. The development of each of them will take up to 5,000 hours.

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