Salaff’s first supercar rolls out for a premiere
Salaff, a young coachbuilder company founded by Mazda ex-designer Carlos Salaff, has come to the Pebble Beach car show with its first production-ready vehicle, named the C2.
The car is based on the Lamborghini Gallardo chassis and has an all-carbon body. Reportedly, the designers drew inspiration from the Ferrari 330 P4, the Porsche 917 and even the Peugeot 905.
Aside from the new C2, the company also offers an options package for the Lamborghini Gallardo itself. Available upgrades include carbon body, reworked suspension and transmission, and ITB.
The coachbuilder will release a small series of Salaff C2 vehicles. Prices are still pending.
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