Italian company Carrozzeria Touring Superleggera unveiled the beautiful and attractive Arese RH95 supercar. Developed on the occasion of the company’s 95th anniversary, the car is in fact an evolution of the Disco Volante Coupe and has good technical specifications.
The new Arese RH95 supercar, like other members of the AERO series, is based on the Ferrari 488 Pista and is very similar in overall body shape. Of course, since this car is redesigned, it is different in detail from the model decorated with the dancing horse logo.
Scissor-shaped doors can be considered one of the attractive features of Arese RH95. As promised by Carrozzeria Touring Superleggera, this feature makes it much easier to get in and out of the cabin; The company also emphasizes that the field of vision of its new product is at a high level and the driver’s mastery of the surrounding environment is appropriate. In addition, the Italian brand offers special maneuvers on ergonomics and ease of use of the Arese RH95 in everyday driving and applications.
To keep the weight of the car as low as possible, it has a large part of the sexual body made of carbon fiber. In order to guarantee the quality and accuracy of the assembly, each of the panels has been produced according to the vacuum injection process at a temperature of 120 degrees Celsius. Carrozzeria Touring Superleggera believes that the Arese RH95 offers the best strength-to-weight ratio.
The Arese RH95 is powered by a 4.2-liter V8 engine that produces 720 horsepower and 770 Nm of torque. These figures are slightly better than the standard 488 tracks, so there may have been some software or hardware changes to the engine purchased from Ferrari.
Salrozore Stranci, CEO of Carrozzeria Touring Superleggera, said the new Arese RH95 project is another significant achievement in the company’s 95-year history. “We have once again shown our innovation capabilities and used the most advanced materials and production techniques that are unusual,” he added.