July 4, 2022

Once we discuss modified vehicles, Italian exotics are hardly ever our focus, however this coachbuilt Ferrari Breadvan takes the biscuit!

Impressed by the 1962 Ferrari 250 GT SWB Breadvan, this Ferrari Breadvan relies on a 550 Maranello and constructed by London-based Neils van Roij Design.

Whereas beneath 99% the mechanicals stay from the bottom Ferrari 550 Maranello, together with the 5.5-litre V12 and six-speed handbook field, on the surface virtually every part is totally bespoke. The one mechanical change comes within the type of adjustable Koni shock absorbers, which additionally occurs to be the identical model that created the shocks for the 1962 race automobile that conjures up this coach construct.

The Ferrari Breadvan Hommage physique is made totally of hand-beaten aluminium with a Kammback, an aerodynamic design that reduces drag and featured on the 1962 racer.

Inside, as you’d anticipate, has been utterly overhauled with blue Alcantara seats, quilted leather-based across the centre console and aluminium switchgear, all of which is handmade or hand-beaten.

Ferrari Breadvan

Sadly that is only a one-off automobile constructed for a consumer and we wouldn’t prefer to understand how a lot mentioned mission would value, both. It’s not the primary customized design Neils van Roij Design has undertaken, with it beforehand making a Telsa Mannequin S Taking pictures Brake and a two-door Vary Rover referred to as the Adventum.

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