Designer Ken Okuyama is no stranger to supercars. While at Pininfarina, Ken helped create the lines of the Enzo Ferrari and the one-off, Enzo-based Ferarri P4/5. His latest automobile design is the Kode57, a breathtaking open-top roadster based on the Ferrari 599. A spectacular blend of vintage roadster and modern aerodynamic lines, the Kode57 has a F1-inspired front that sweeps elegantly to the rear while enveloping the passenger compartment. A partially exposed motor and rear-hinged, upward-opening di-hedral doors make for a design that is as interesting with the doors open as shut. Limited to only five examples, the Kode57 is an instant modern classic.
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