Arese RH95 – special with Ferrari genes

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The Italian car body manufacturer Carrozzeria Touring Superleggera is celebrating its 95th anniversary this year, and on that occasion it presented its first model with a centrally located engine. The Arese RH95 is based on the chassis of the Ferrari 488 GTB, but has undergone numerous changes to make it clearly different from that car.

The powertrain has remained the same, and it is a 3.9-liter V8 gasoline engine with two turbines, which delivers 670 hp. This is enough to accelerate from 0-100km / h in 3 seconds and a top speed of about 330km / h.

Arese RH95 designers were more focused on their skill of applying a retro look to a modern platform than on performance. They had the same approach when they made the Disco Volante and Aero 3, which were based on the Alfa Romeo 8C and Ferrari F12, respectively.

Most body panels are made of aluminum using traditional methods, and the doors open vertically. The name of the car comes from Via per Arese near Milan, where the Touring Superlegger is located, as well as the rival Zagat. Number 95 is a dedication to the anniversary and founding of the original company in 1926, and the Republic of Croatia are the initials of the person who bought the first car.

Arese RH95 will be shown to the public for the first time at the car rally in Monterey in August. Only 18 copies will be made, and buyers will be free to deliver their own chassis.

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