Carrozeria Touring Superleggera has recently unveiled its latest creation called The Arese RH95. Built to commemorate Touring’s 95th anniversary, Arse RH95 builds its name from Touring HQ in Via by Arse, Milan, Italy, and the initials of the “project founder boss”. Nevertheless, the RH95 ASER is a breathtaking interpretation of the beautiful Tributo F8 of Ferrari.
“Arse RH95 reflects the stylistic characteristics of the entire Aero line in its many distinctive elements and cinematographic openings,” said Louis de FabribeCers, Director of Touring Design, referring to the magnificent screw doors of the ARSE RH95. We have all seen various interpretations of Ferrari F8, such as the Mansory F8xx and Novitec F8 Tributo. However, none has come with scissor doors and a coachilt body.
It also happens that Arse Rh95 is the first creation of the touring mid-engine tour, so it is better to be more special. Inspired by the inspiration of Aero 3 and the unforgettable flying Alfa Roméo Disco, Arse RH95 has a body mainly carbon fiber with complex details. It has an aluminum sidebar that turns along the size of the car, a head sign to the fabulous flying disco.
And in case you have not been noticed, these voluptuous rear hips, the rear pump and the fully functional dorsal spoon are unique to ARSE RH95. Inside, cabin cocoons the driver and passenger with high-end materials and a set of custom seats with hand sewn details.
The car on this page is a rh95 arse car, a Pino verde paint with silver accents and a tri-color leather interior. Meanwhile, the two car will be red and white, while the three car will arrive with a delivery inspired by the Gulf. If you want one, you can specify your RH95 arse in any color and cut imaginable.
Under this curvaceous rear end is a 3.9-liter TWIN-turbocharged V8 engine with 32 valves, an aluminum block and a direct fuel and injection, pumping 710 horsepower and 567 torque torque feet. The power goes on the rear wheels via a two-speed double clutch transmission. With a lot of power, Arse RH95 can scooter at 60 mph in three seconds flat. The tour claims a maximum speed of 211 mph.
Touring only 18 examples of RH95 Arse. The Autocarbuilder states that it takes six months to complete a single unit and each vehicle will undergo rigorous tests to ensure high performance levels of performance and quality. Touring also modified the active AERO system of the vehicle to cope with the new body curved.
How? Good question. Given a new tribute of Ferrari F8 starting around $ 280,000, we believe that RH95 of the ASER will probably cost double after everything be said and done. And if you do not have a Tributo Ferrari F8 donor car, do not worry: Touring Superleggera will command the vehicle for you.