Mole Automobile’s Almas is the second joint project between Umberto Palermo Design and Paolo Scudieri, president of Italy’s Adler Group. Adler also happens to be Alfa Romeo’s supplier of the 4C carbon tub chassis.
The new design study will make its world premiere at the Geneva Motor Show, featuring a very striking carbon bodywork finished in red with a flat black roof over a carbon chassis created by Adler.
Measuring 4730mm long, 1980mm wide and 1218mm high, the new mid-engine Mole Almas was designed to adopt a powertrain that runs on hydrogen but the company plans to offer it with a classic petrol engine too, without revealing any further details. Mole Automobile will release more performance specs on a later date.
The rear end of the new Mole Almas is dominated by clean lines, a set of quad exhaust pipes and a diffuser while the aggressive front is dominated by three large air intakes and the company’s logo, which features the names of its creators. The sides are more dramatic, with strong lines giving a unique visual character to the Almas.
Mole Automobile promises that the Almas will come with a refined interior dressed in innovative materials and the latest telematics, offering comfort and style.
The company plans to throw the Almas into a limited production run, with details to follow.