Touring Superleggera has introduced a new masterpiece called Berlinetta Lusso at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show. The coupe is a two-seater street legal. The waistline edge begins from the wheel arch in the front. It beautifully continues till it reaches the sturdy looking rear of the car. Such a singular shape is the result of skillful handcrafting. It is created by taking aluminium sheets and hand beating them manually.
To match with the flawless features of the body, the car makers have chosen an equally perfect body paint for this beauty. The name of this shade is Azzurro Niourlague. It reflects a breath-taking beauty similar to that in the Mediterranean Sea. The interior is made to contrast with this elegant body paint. The hue selected for the cabin is a shade of blue that is slightly darker when compared with the outside. The cabin features seats of world-class quality.
The unimportant elements have been removed so that the driver can concentrate and hence enjoy a more thrilling driving experience. Traces of the hand-brushed aluminium symbolise the craftsmanship that the company implements while building the car.
The car borrows the rolling chassis of F12 Berlinetta. The material, all the pieces of equipments and the powertrain are just the same. The highly efficient chassis is the result of twelve alloys of different types. Out of these alloys, some have been used for the very first time in the automobile industry. Yet another innovative approach is Touring Superleggera’s novel ways to connect and assemble the parts in the car. The result of such brilliant engineering is significant cut down of weight in the chassis. It now weighs just 1.525 kg. Yet another achievement is the enhancement of torsional stiffness by 20%. To keep the weight of the car at bay, carbon fiber and aluminium have been utilized for the bodywork, the curb weight thus amounting to 1645 kg.