To be more specific, the builder claims the open-air cruising speed of its contraption sits at around 112 mph, since the noise level at this velocity won't climb past 50dB. The company explains the structure of the car doesn't have to include the roof in order to deliver top performance.
The tech side brings the same 4.7-liter V8, which means we enjoy 354 lb-ft of twist. When put to work with the help of a six-speed sequential transaxle, the heart of the beautiful beast allows the vehicle to complete the 0 to 62 mph run in 4.5 seconds and hit a top speed of 181 mph.
An important part of the car, including both exterior and interior bits and pieces, gets reshaped. The icing on this cake is represented by the two-piece carbon fiber roof, which can be stored in the luggage compartment.
The melange of aluminum and carbon brings a weight distribution of 49:51 (front:rear), so this is the kind of machine you can put through serious work while it makes you look fabulous.
The Italian coachbuilder is playing the "if you have to ask, you can't afford it" game, stating that the pricing is only available on request.
With Touring Superleggera turning 90, we'd say this is a wise manner of spelling "lavish." This is the kind of maturity lesson the industry needs in an era when car design seems to have gone down the mainstream route.