Ken Okuyama has revealed his new one-off Kode 0 supercar at The Quail, a Motorsport Gathering in Monterey, California.
The Kode 0 is the follow-up to the Kode 57, which was revealed in 2016. The new supercar features a retro-inspired design, capturing the essence of automotive design in the 1970s.
The Kode 0 pays tribute to Marcello Gandini who designed classic cars such as Lamborghini Countach, Lancia Stratos Zero and Ferrari Moduro. The supercar is based on the Lamborghini Aventador.
The latest creation of Okuyama features one motion design which gives the car a wedge-shaped stance. The Front fascia of the car features LED headlights and a splitter.
The rear of the Kode 0 is equipped with a triangular-shaped quadruple exhaust system, cooling fans and a massive diffuser. The supercar gets forged alloy wheels shod with Pirelli P-Zero tyres.
The Kode 0 draws power from a 6.5-litre naturally aspirated V12 engine producing 690bhp and 690Nm of torque. The engine is coupled to a 7-speed ISR transmission. The carbon fibre bodywork of the supercar uses Lamborghini's monocoque chassis.
Okuyama states that the Kode 0 weighs just 1,550kg. In a statement, the company said, "The Kode 0 concept revives those dream car proportions of yesteryear using modern-day technologies."
The Kode 0 supercar combines the best of retro design and modern technology. The overall design of the car reminds the wedge-shaped supercars of the 1960s, 70s and 80s. As it is a one-off creation, the price of the car was not revealed.