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Ken Okuyama Cars kode0 (2017): Суперкар от дизайнера Ferrari Enzo

Ken Okuyama Cars Kode 0 (2017)
Ken Okuyama Cars Kode 0 (2017)
Ken Okuyama Cars Kode 0 (2017)
Ken Okuyama Cars Kode 0 (2017)
Ken Okuyama Cars Kode 0 (2017)
Ken Okuyama Cars Kode 0 (2017)
Ken Okuyama Cars Kode 0 (2017)
Ken Okuyama Cars Kode 0 (2017)
Ken Okuyama Cars Kode 0 (2017)
Ken Okuyama Cars Kode 0 (2017)
Ken Okuyama Cars Kode 0 (2017) - Interior
Ken Okuyama Cars Kode 0 (2017) - Interior
Ken Okuyama Cars Kode 0 (2017) - Details
Ken Okuyama Cars Kode 0 (2017) - Details
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On August 18, Ken Okuyama Cars unveiled its world premiere of a new one-off supercar – the Kode 0 (Zero) – at The Quail Motor Sport Gathering.
На американском фестивале The Quail Motorsports Gathering состоялся дебют суперкара, который разработал Кен Окуяма – бывший дизайнер ателье Pininfarina, работавший над внешним видом Ferrari Enzo и 599. Автомобиль получил название Kode 0 (читается как «Код зеро»).

Базой для Kode 0 стал Lamborghini Aventador – по сути, Кен Окуяма переработал лишь экстерьер суперкара, но зато основательно. По словам самого дизайнера, его новая работа выполнена в духе 70-х годов прошлого века и воздает дань уважения знаменитому Марчелло Гандини, создателю экстравагантных "клиновидных" суперкаров и таких моделей, как Lancia Stratos Zero и Lamborghini Countach.

В списке особенностей Kode 0 – оригинальный передний сплиттер, светодиодная оптика, 21-дюймовые колесные диски и уникальная выхлопная система, чьи оконечники объединены в единый треугольный блок. Повлияло "переформатирование" дизайна и на динамические характеристики суперкара: благодаря широчайшему использованию карбона Kode 0 стал легче, а значит, и чуть быстрее базового Aventador.

В движение Kode 0 приводится 700-сильным (690 Нм) атмосферником 6,5 V12 (у «Авентадора» мотор выдает 740 сил при том же крутящем моменте), который работает в паре с семиступенчатой роботизированной трансмиссией. С нуля до «сотни» новинка может ускоряться за 2,9 секунды (столько же, сколько и у Aventador S).

В прошлом году на этом же фестивале в Калифорнии Окуяма представил спидстер Kode57, созданный на базе Ferrari 599. Он был оснащен 702-сильным мотором, доработанным тюнинг-ателье Novitec. Суперкар предлагали за два с половиной миллиона долларов. За сколько планируется продавать Kode 0, пока не сообщается.


Just completed at a design studio in Japan, the one-off Kode 0 (Zero) supercar is a follow-up to the Kode 57 which was launched at last year’s event. The Kode 0 was penned by Ken Okuyama, creator of an innovative styling trend that gave birth to the Ferrari Enzo and Maserati Quattroporte, as well as the one-off Ferrari Rossa and Maserati Birdcage 75th concept cars.

In the early 1970s, humankind was filled with dreams. It was a time when legendary designer Marcello Gandini and famed carrozzeria craftsmen penned masterpieces like the Lancia Stratos Zero, Lamborghini Countach and Ferrari Moduro.

The Kode 0 concept revives those dream car proportions of yesteryear using modern-day technologies.

Born from the latest aerodynamic formula, the unique and innovative detail infused into this silhouette creates an exterior that begs a second look. Incorporating a no-frills, back-to-basics approach, Ken Okuyama Cars realizes the Kode 0’s bold proportions through a simple, timeless wedge-shaped design.

This concept is the personification of Okuyama’s design philosophy in that it perfectly blends hypercar styling with world-class engineering that boasts a high-powered, naturally aspirated V12 engine and carbon fiber monocoque. Tipping the scales at 1,550 kgs and propelled by a 700hp engine, the Kode 0 delivers superb performance and handling.

The radical “one motion” exterior tempts the onlooker to start their aesthetic inspection of the car at the low, sharp nose with integrated brake cooling ducts, then proceed up through the narrow vertically-mounted, multi-layered LED headlights to the A-pillar. At the roofline, the sharp edge dips sharply to pass through the C-pillar and huge engine bay cooling ducts before climaxing at the upslanting rear end.

Air used to cool the radiator is expelled effectively through bespoke, mesh-covered vents at the tail end. The position of these air intakes could become a trend for supercar design in the near future. The six cooling fans fitted inside the rear fenders and air vents are painted in the Kode 0’s signature metallic green while the two large fans visible inside the rear corner mesh add drama to the rear styling. Not bound by brand or regulations, the Kode 0 is the antithesis of modern day supercar design.

Employing a short rear overhang with high-mounted tail lights and a kicked up rear deck, the Kode 0’s wedge-shape is complete. To add a final touch, Okuyama has penned a triangular-shaped, quadruple exhaust pipe combination that hints at the Kode series DNA.

Penned at Ken Okuyama Design’s Aoyama studio in Tokyo, the Kode 0 was assembled at the Ken Okuyama Cars factory in Yamagata using industry-leading NC machine cutting techniques to cut and shape all carbon fiber body panels.

By gathering the highest quality components from around the world, all production and assembly were done by hand using Japan’s precision quality controlled methods.
Source: motor.ru; auto.vesti.ru; Ken Okuyama Design Press Release
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