“Kode 0” Concept Supercar by Ken Okuyama,Inspired By 70s Concept Cars

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At the Concorso Italiano in Monterey, the Kode 0 concept car designed by Ken Okuyama is seen motion during a photography session. The Kode 0 is inspired by 70s concept cars such as the Lancia Stratos Zero and Lamborghini Countach. Under the design, the Kode 0 has the engine and platform from the Lamborghini Aventador.

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Due to its full carbon fiber bodywork, the Kode 0 weighs just 3,417 pounds. That’s more than 600 pounds lighter than the Aventador upon which it’s based. With 690 horsepower and 507 pound-feet of torque, the Kode 0 can hit 60 miles per hour in just 2.9 seconds.

image credit: kenokuyamadesign

The Kode 0 is just a show car, destined never to turn a wheel in anger. In reality, it’s a fully-fledged supercar to compete with Lamborghini and Ferrari. Power comes from a naturally aspirated V12 with 700 hp and 690 Nm of torque on tap, put to the road through a seven-speed gearbox.

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Interestingly, the Japanese concept is fundamentally different from the current Italian one: instead of a display of aerodynamic of the model kode 0-zero almost clean body surface.

Even the air to the radiators is supplied with a built-in stern fans. Recognized the style of the seventies of the last century, when the world saw masterpieces of the automotive industry Lancia Stratos Zero and Lamborghini Countach.

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