Famous British designer Ian Callum And he has signed some of the most beautiful Aston Martin and Jaguar cars in recent times including A. The C-X75 concept Who played the idea of creating a supercar for Jaguar on its 75th anniversary, but what bothered many left an amazing prototype and some units that went out of production were sold, as well as a brief appearance in 007.
Resurrection is underway
Much has changed since then because it is now Callum He runs his own design firm, which is able to make you a renewed Aston Martin Vaquish based on the unique vision of its creator and added uniqueness while working with many other manufacturers. This is the state of his latest project with My treasure. My fortune, A new luxury company created by Hungarian Tibor Pak who has already anticipated his first creation: Kenzi Hyper GT Which will be designed by CALLUM and that many are starting to see some kind of spiritual successor to that amazing Jaguar C-X75.
The truth is that it does not seem nonsense to see that the main lines the design The one that captivated the crowd with this concept unveiled in 2010 is fully present here, with flowing lines even on the roof, windshield and noticeable waistline.
However, regardless of its similarities to the failed Jaguar supercar, Kincsem speaks for herself of being an inspiration in the logo and name of the company, the famous Hungarian racing horse that emerged in the 19th century in the UK for being one of the most successful in history.
The hybrid strength of Formula 1
But the Hyper-GT will not only stand out for its design, but also because it has, nothing more, no less A Formula 1-derived hybrid powertrain Of which they promised to provide details soon.
Kincsem Hyper-GT will begin delivery to customers in 2023, although we hope to see it in full before this date. It will also be a collaboration project between Callum and Kincsem which is also a high-performance SUV that will incorporate part of future Hyper-GT mechanics.
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