- Photo credits GTO Engineering

GTO Engineering teases the interior of the Squalo

A stylish and elegant interior

6w ago

After unveiling the exterior of the vehicle, GTO Engineering presents the first sketches of the interior of the Squalo, its latest creation inspired by the Ferrari 250 GTO. There are few surprises to be expected from this interior, as it is in perfect continuity with the car's delightfully retro style.

The interior features many of the typical codes of 1960s sports cars, starting with a very clean dashboard. The latter includes turbine-shaped air vents accompanied by a simplistic but elegant instrument cluster. The three-spoke steering wheel is made of wood.

The door handles on the door panels are strapped and the lower part of the door has an aluminium lining. The one-piece leather seats have recessed headrests. Behind the occupants there is a loading space for storing mainly suitcases.

In terms of equipment, ETO Engineering says that a touch screen will be offered as an option with smartphone connectivity. As each Squalo is tailor-made, it is clear that an infinite number of customisation solutions will be possible.

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Comments (6)

  • That looks incredible, shame I can't afford it and will likely never see one.

      1 month ago
  • Please keep us up to date for when these renderings become a reality. :)

      1 month ago
  • Well done them, that looks really nice

      1 month ago
  • Damn that looks good ! It has a tuned down, classier yet kinda similar vibes to the Spyker cars I think !

      1 month ago
  • interior looks comfy!

      1 month ago