The roadster from the Ares Design studio will be presented later this year.March 19, 2019
This car will probably be presented in a super powerful version, which is designed only for the racetrack.
Italian Lamborghini Huracan is a very desirable car, but after the guys from the Ares Design tuning studio had worked on it, it turned from a raging bull into a graceful panther. The resulting car, which received an old-fashioned appearance, was presented last week in its final form.
Today it became known that the roofless version will join the mid-engine supercar, which will get the prefix to the name Spyder.
This was announced by the CEO of Ares Design (and the former head of the British Lotus) Dani Bahar in an interview with Top Gear magazine. Over the next five years, a tuning company based in Modena will convert a total of 70 Lamborghini Huracan. Although delivery of the coupe model is scheduled for the end of April / beginning of May this year, the open-top version of the Ares Panther will not be launched until 2020.
We will not have to wait until next year to see the Spyder Panther, as the guys from Ares Design are planning to present a car based on the Huracan Spyder in 2019. The exact date of the presentation was not disclosed by Mr. Bahar.
The idea of ”Panther” is to create a car that will give maximum driving pleasure, even if it will be a little slower than a donor car.
Ares Design is currently analyzing the prospects for developing the hardcore version of Panther.
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