Touring Superleggera unveils the gorgeous Aero 3
A new supercar with a retro look
Touring Superleggera has been announcing for several months now a new creation referring to the most famous racing cars of the 1940s. After a bunch of very discreet teasers, the Italian coachbuilder finally unveils the vehicle to us. The result is indeed superb.
Here is the Touring Superleggera Aero 3, formerly called the Berlinetta Aero in teasers. The front end, particularly racy, adopts a rather modest sized V-shaped grille reminiscent of the Alfa Romeo grilles. The wide air intakes incorporate the daytime running lights. The headlights, positioned vertically, are quite elegant.
The bonnet is characterized by several air intakes that are largely reminiscent of racing cars of the past. The profile receives an impressive air outlet that sculpts the side of the vehicle. The roof line is slightly sloping and gives the Aero 3 the look of a shooting-brake. The rear section, however, is far from being a shooting-brake.
You immediately notice a large rear fin that separates the vehicle into two parts. The exhaust pipes are made up of two rectangles identical to those used for the front grille. The technical sheet is unknown but the interior is very familiar. It is the dashboard of the Ferrari F12 Berlinetta, which would mean that the car is based on the F12 Berlinetta and would also borrow its engine, a 6.3-litre V12 developing 740 PS.