Kode 0 is a new one-off supercar from Ferrari Enzo designer Ken Okuyama
Ken Okuyama is famous for his time as lead designer at Pininfarina, and specifically known for penning the Ferrari Enzo. He now has his own design house in Japan. Last year, he wowed the world with a one-off supercar, called the Kode57, at the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance. That car will return to The Quail this year, but will be joined by a new stablemate, a wedge-shaped supercar called Kode 0.
We don’t have a lot of details about the car yet, but what we do know is enough to excite us. The Kode 0 is powered by a V12 situated amidships. We’re not sure what the output is, but the 6.0-liter V12 in the Kode57 produces about 600 horsepower, if that’s any indication. The Kode 0 features a carbon fiber monocoque, which helps the car save weight and provides structural rigidity. The photo of the car in a magazine ad posted to Okyuama’s Facebook page says the Kode 0 is inspired by Italian supercars from the 70s, like the Lancia Stratos Zero and Lamborghini Countach.
In addition to the magazine photo, Okuyama has posted the following teaser shots of the car:
KEN OKUYAMA CARSは、8月18日(金)、カリフォルニア “The Quail, Motorsports Gathering” においてOne-off新型車「Kode 0-zero-」を発表！ #奥山清行https://t.co/uyu6W3vkBUpic.twitter.com/ADdS0tgFdq
— KEN OKUYAMA DESIGN (@KenODesign) August 12, 2017
According the Ken Okuyama Design website, the Kode 0 will be unveiled at The Quail on Friday. We can expect to learn more details then.
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