Friday at “The Quail” MotorSports Gathering
The Quail, A MotorSports Gathering is a good place to reveal a world premiere concept car with a difference.
Friday at The Quail, Ken Okuyama unveiled his radical kode57 Supercar concept in Carmel-by-The Sea, California.
Now those familiar with Supercar design will know that the renowned Japanese designer led the styling team that penned the Ferrari “Enzo”.
As creative director of famed Italian design house Pininfarina in the early-2000’s, he also oversaw the styling of the Maserati Quattroporte, as well as 1-Off concepts including the Ferrari P4/5 and Maserati Birdcage 75th anni.
Today, as head of his own design company, Ken Okuyama Design, he pens everyday things like the 300-kph Shinkansen “Bullet” train, bespoke furniture, eyewear and tractors, as well as his own brand of rare exotic automobiles like the “kode57.”
Have a terrific weekend.
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