The Huracan-based coachbuilt supercar makes angry V10 noises too.
Production of both the Coupe and Spyder will be limited to 70 units, with a 12-15 annual rate of construction.
Ares Design’s Panther Project 1 hides a Lamborghini Huracan under the stunning retro-styled carbon body.
The coachbuilding expert will convert a Tesla Model S into a two-door, two-seat Roadster.
We can’t help but wonder what Dany Bahar and the team at Ares Design have in store for this retro roadster.
This coachbuilt Ferrari looks quite impressive, but costs more than twice the price of a new GTC4Lusso.
Ares Design’s modern take on the Ferrari 250 GTO uses either F12 or 812 Superfast underpinnings.
The ultra-exclusive model carries a price tag of nearly $460,000, excluding the price of the Mulsanne sedan donor car.
The 650 hp Panther is based on the Lamborghini Huracan.
The classic Defender gets a thorough overhaul and, for the most part, it’s pretty darn good.
This bespoke creation comes very close to combining the best of both worlds.
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