Touring Superleggera F12 Berlinetta Lusso Inspired by Italian Golden Era
Staring at the pictures of the Touring Superleggera Ferrari F12 Berlinetta Lusso I am amazed by the detailed work the tuners have done. The car is a main star at company's stand at the Geneva Motor Show and so far has gathered many glances. The good news is that there will be more than one car produced. Precisely - only five. But they are enough if we are going to see the same precision and individuality applied.
But let' see why the Berlinetta Lusso is so attractive. First of all it is a natural born street legal two-seater. Secondly, its visuals are stunning, given that they have been inspired by the golden era of Italian "fuoriserie", literally meaning a "custom build car."
Next, luxury is to be found everywhere: from the exterior with its long bonnet to the unique cockpit. The Azzurro Niourlague paint finish further strengthens the sense of freedom evoking images of the Mediterranean Sea in a sunny day. In contrast, the interior has been decided in dark shades but harmonized with blue accents like the stitching.
Based on F12berlinett's chassis, the car has also kept many of its characteristics unchanged. This means that there is no improvement to the engine, electronic equipment or technology. However, more than twelve different types of alloy – have been used for the modification of this car with the sole purpose of saving more weight. The result is a body mass of 1.525 kg better torsional stiffness, outstanding performance and probably some improvements in efficiency.
The other material used here is of course carbon fiber. The bonnet, front bumper, skirts, tailgate, front splitters and rear diffuser have all been made of it. But enough talk! Dive into the gallery below and see how detailed this modified car is. Impressive, isn't it?
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Source: Touring Superleggera