Ferrari’s J50 Supercar Has Luxury Alcantara Material Inside
The recently unveiled Ferrari J50 is a special edition supercar celebrating Ferrari’s 50th anniversary in Japan. Equipped with a 690-horsepower, 3.9-liter twin-turbo V8, the car’s interior features bucket seats, an upper dash panel and center console clothed in black Alcantara® material.
The company plans to build just 10 of the two-seat, mid-engined J50 for the Japanese market to celebrate the anniversary of Ferrari’s presence in the country.
Founded in 1972, Alcantara represents a prime example of Italian-produced quality. As registered trademark of Alcantara S.p.A. and result of a unique and proprietary technology, Alcantara® is a highly innovative material, offering an unrivalled combination of sensory, aesthetic and functional qualities. Thanks to its extraordinary versatility, Alcantara is the choice of leading brands in a number of application fields: fashion and accessories, automotive, interior design and home décor, consumer-electronics. These features, together with a serious and certified commitment in terms of sustainability, make Alcantara a true icon of contemporary lifestyle: the lifestyle of those who want to fully enjoy their everyday life, respecting the environment.
Since 2009 Alcantara is certified “Carbon Neutral”, having defined, reduced and offset all the CO2 emissions derived from its activity. To mark out the path of the company in such a field, every year Alcantara draws up and publishes its own Sustainability Report, certified by TÜV SÜD international authority and available also on the corporate website. Headquartered in Milan, Alcantara’s production site and R&D department are located in Nera Montoro, in the heart of Umbria Region (Terni).
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