For those of you who aren’t familiar with the brand by name, Carrozzeria Touring Superleggera is a world-renowned coachbuilder that’s been operating out of Milan since 1926. Over the years, the Italian outfit has given us no shortage of oil-infused eye candy, including the Disco Volante Coupe based on an Alfa 8C well as the retro-inspired AERO 3 built around a Ferrari F12.
In celebration of its 95th anniversary, Touring Superleggera has just unveiled its latest automotive masterpiece: the ‘Arese RH95.’ Allegedly starting its life as a Ferrari 488 Pista, it marks the firm’s first take on a mid-engined layout. From tip to tail, the car is as much a display of design expertise as it is an exercise in aerodynamic optimization, boasting features like scissor-hinged doors, a large dorsal scoop, and a marvelous rear clamshell. What’s more, the slippery bodywork is crafted from 100% carbon fiber, and those eye-catching wheels are a completely original design, elements that further add to the Arese RH95’s bespoke status. Powered by a 4.2L V8 good for 670hp and 530lb-ft of torque, it’ll hit 62mph in just 3.0s before climbing all the way to 211mph. Limited to just 18 examples, you can learn more at the link below.