Former Aston Martin designer Henrik Fisker has unveiled a new concept called Thunderbolt at this weekend’s 2015 Amelia Island Concours d’Elegance. The prototype has a completely redesigned body made out of carbon fiber. Inside the car, the attention to detail is stunning, there’s a special skeleton Chronograph clock built by Swiss watch maker Maurice Lacroix , an 11.6in curved Panasonic control screen , while the leather trim is courtesy of premium Italian furniture makers, Natuzzi ; and even a unique champagne/wine bottle holder.
“I wanted to create an elegant beautiful GT sports coupe, with pure emotional sculpture, that would stay timeless,” Fisker said of the design.
The Thunderbolt rolls on 21-inch alloys, and has a 15mm lower ride height than a stock Aston Martin Vanquish. Although it’s being described as “purely” a design study, Fisker and Galpin have plans to produce the car in very limited quantities. What do you think?
[ Source: Henrik Fisker ]