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.
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.
“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.
Neither pricing nor production numbers have been announced, but TMZ Sports is reporting that Floyd has ordered the KODE57 enji for $2.5 million.