The Japanese Ken Okuyama can’t break away from Italian supercars even after he left his position as Ferrari’s chief designer – we owe Enzo Ferrari to him, among other things – and founded his own workshop. In 2016, it presented a unique Ferrari, in 2017 it launched a wedge-shaped Lamborghini, and now it’s the turn of the Maserati brand and its racing car called Tipo 61, which got its Birdcage nickname from its cage-like frame.
There is no information about the structure of the Kode61 Birdcage, but based on the fact that we see a 6-speed manual transmission between the seats, it is certainly a car equipped with an internal combustion engine, stylistically the new GranTurismo could have been the starting point – the factory has already shown that it can accept a unique body the technique is also suitable. Ken Okuyama will make the Kode61 Birdcage by hand in his workshop in Yamagata, there is no information about the purchase price or the number of pieces yet.
Source: Autó-Motor by www.automotor.hu.
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