The former designer Mazda remade Gallardo in the “analog” supercar

The former designer Mazda remade Gallardo in the “analog” supercar

August 27, 2018 0 By autotimesnews

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Supercar C2 was the first production model of the company Salaff

The company Salaff, founded by former designer Mazda Carlos Salaff, presented at the Pebble Beach elegance contest its first production model – the C2 supercar. The novelty is a remake of the Lamborghini Gallardo, on which a new carbon fiber body is hung. Salaff C2 will be released in a limited series. The price has not yet been reported. Salaf calls his creation a modern “analog” supercar.

According to Salaff, when building a supercar, he drew inspiration from cars such as the Peugeot 905, the Porsche 917 and the Ferrari 330 P4. Although in the angular C2 forms one can find similarities, for example, with Lamborghini Veneno.

#SALAFFC2 is staged on the #conceptlawn and ready for the @pebblebeachconcours!

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In addition to replacing the body, the company offers a modernization of the donor machine. In particular, it is supposed to be equipped with individual throttle valves, a modernized suspension and a mechanical gearbox with a search mechanism for switching, in case the supercar is equipped with the robotic transmission E-Gear.

In August last year, former designer Pininfarina Ken Okuyama presented the Kode 0 supercar. The car was a Lamborghini Aventador with a new body made in the style of Marcello Gandini, who invented the “triangular” design of the Lamborghini Bravo.

The #SALAFFC2 interior // Vintage values and modern design // 📸 @shihobunni

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