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.

Mmmm. Slicey.

Mmmm. Slicey.

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.

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.



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.

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