For sale: 2 mad one-of-a-kind supercars created by the man behind the Enzo
Featuring bonkers styling - and 2 of the greatest engines ever made.
Are you an eccentric millionaire looking for a car that will turn heads wherever you go?
Well, you probably shouldn’t buy a Lamborghini then. Sure, they’re exciting and theatrical, but in today's world they're a little... ordinary. Roll up to London’s famous Dorchester Hotel in an Aventador SV and they probably won’t even bother displaying your car out front - they’ll stick it underground with all the other commoners.
Fortunately, there is a solution for the hyper-wealthy attention-seeker.
This is the Kode 0. It's a one-of-a-kind supercar designed by Ken Okuyama - the man who penned the Ferrari Enzo and Maserati Quattroporte. And it’s for sale.
Leaves Lambos look like lardy Ladas.
Underneath, it is in fact a Lamborghini Aventador, meaning you get one of the most glorious powertrains that money can buy - a nat-asp V12 screamer married to a lightning-fast gearbox. But the main selling point is the Kode 0's gorgeous retro-futuristic body, inspired by the wedge-shaped supercars of the 70s and 80s, and finished in a deliciously mad silver/green colour scheme.
No price is given, but put it this way: Used Aventadors go for 200 grand. You can bet that the one-off Kode 0, with just 1300 careful miles on the clock, will cost easily twice that.
But wait, there’s more!
Because the Kode 0 has a sister. It’s called the Kode 57 and it’s even madder.
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The 57 has the underpinnings of a Ferrari 599, so like the Kode 0 it is very quick - and very loud. Perhaps even louder, thanks to absolutely no roof (check weather before embarking on a Sunday drive) and - best of all - an almost entirely uncovered Ferrari V12 bursting out of the bonnet.
Again, no price is given online, but we're sure it has many, many zeroes in it.