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Kode57 Supercar By Ken Okuyama

Ken Okuyama Kode57 front
Ken Okuyama, the former head of Pininfarina, unveiled a new car at The Quail car show, the Kode57. Resting on a highly rigid aluminum chassis, the Kode57 is powered by a 6.0-liter V12 engine that generates approximately 620PS (456kW/612hp) at 7600rpm, with the flexibility for tuning according to the owner’s preferences. This capability is made possible through a collaboration with the German specialist Novitec Rosso, allowing the engine output to be enhanced to 702PS (509kW/692hp) at 7600rpm.
Ken Okuyama Kode57 interior
Meanwhile, the wheels are a massive, Pirelli P-Zero 295/25ZR21 were fitted to the front while P-Zero 335/25ZR22 were shod at the rear.
Ken Okuyama Kode57 side view
“The name Kode57 pays homage to the year 1957, an iconic year in which many legendary cars were born and motor racing gained a strong worldwide following.” – Okuyama says in a press release.
Ken Okuyama Kode57 back
Neither pricing nor production numbers have been announced, but TMZ Sports is reporting that Floyd has ordered the KODE57 enji for $2.5 million.

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