The distinctive styling treatment of the 2-seater C2 supercar takes inspiration from the spirit of vintage racing cars, yet uses a future-oriented, bold design language made of sharp lines and angles, and an interplay of surfaces and voids, facets and fluidity.
The man behind the project is Carlos Salaff, former Senior Exterior Designer at Mazda’s Californian design studio, who founded his own company back in 2015.
Speaking about the C2, he explains “the exterior forms hint at timeless classics like the Ferrari 330 P4, Porsche 917 and Peugeot 905, while at the same time expressing a modernity found in architecture and fashion.”
The body will be built in carbon fiber and/or optional hand-beaten aluminum metal sheets.
The cockpit features robust toggle switches, machined aluminum details, carbon fiber and durable leathers, which contribute to a timeless design enhancing the driving experience and the connection between man and machine.
The vehicle is planned to be handbuilt to order: customer will provide the donor Gallardo, which will be then modified both mechanically (mainly drivetrain and suspensions) and aesthetically.
For more information visit Salaff.com.
(Source: Salaff Design)