Coachbuilder Ares Design has again presented a new creation that is peppered with retro design. The company presents the Wami Lalique Spyder to the digital daylight, a limited to twelve pieces classic looking two-seater.
Ares Design is a coach builder with a great love for classic car design. We know the company from the DeTomaso Pantera reincarnated as Ares Panther and from converted Ferraris and Bentleys. The latest achievement of Ares Design is the Wami Lalique Spyder, a two-seater convertible for which Ares Design has hooked the French manufacturer of crystal jewelry Lalique, among other things.
The Ares Design Wami Lalique is, according to its creators, a roadster whose design is inspired by that of Italian open two-seaters from the 1950s. The Wami Lalique has an almost Maserati-like atmosphere. The open newcomer has a striking two-piece grille, chrome-colored tailpipes and chrome-colored accents on the side mirror geos, in the front fenders, on the flanks and in the hood. The body of the Wami Lalique Spyder is made of both aluminum and carbon fiber. The influence of crystal farmer Lalique is reflected in the interior. Crystals from the French manufacturer have been placed on the door panels and the center console, among other things. In the center of the dashboard, when extended, is a wide touchscreen to give the modern classic some modern entertainment.
It is not yet clear with which car the Wami Lalique Spyder shares its technology. In any case, these digital drawings show that the car will be available with an automatic transmission, but also with a manual transmission. Ares Design reports that it will only build 12 copies. The order books have already been opened, the price is on request.
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