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Ferrari Enzo Designer Shows Kode 0 Supercar Ahead of Monterey Debut

Wedge-shaped one-off coming to The Quail

Ed Tahaney
Aug 15, 2017

Japanese designer Ken Okuyama will unveil a new one-off supercar called the Kode 0 in Monterey, California, at The Quail, A Motorsports Gathering on Friday, August 18.

This should be a good one. Okuyama was a big designer at GM, Porsche, and Pininfarina, and is responsible for the Ferrari Enzo among many other high-profile vehicles.

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He founded his own company in 2007 and produces cars, motorcycles, furniture, and even robots. All we know aside from the teaser images on Twitter and Instagram is that the Kode 0 has a carbon-fiber moncoque, and is powered by a mid-engine V-12.

But on Okuyama's Facebook page we get to see the wedge-shaped one-off in an advertisement that is featured in an unnamed magazine.

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"In the early 1970s, humankind was filled with dreams. It was a time when legendary Italian Maestro penned masterpieces like the Lancia Stratos Zero and Lamborghini Countach," the advertising copy reads.

"The Kode 0 'zero' revives those dream car proportions by going back to basics with its no frills, wedge-shape silhouette. This project is one that embodies the modern, simple, and timeless themes of Japan's only carrozzeria — Ken Okuyama Design. The Kode 0 brings together Okuyama's stylish penmanship with a mid-engine V12 in a carbon fiber monocoque."

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The one-off hardtop car will be on display along with the topless Kode 57 hypercar that made its debut last year at Pebble Beach.

Judging from the images here, the Kode 0 seems to share its long headlights and massive front air intakes with the Kode 57 and may sport scissor-like doors as well. It also appears to share its wheels with the Kode 7 that debuted at the Geneva Motor Show in March 2008.

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The 6.0-liter V-12 that powered the hand-built Kode 57 produces about 600 hp, so we can expect horses in that range in the new one-off as well.

We can't wait to see it in person when it debuts later this week.

Source: Ken Okuyama Design via Facebook

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