Presenting a uniquely elegant take on Ferrari's front-engine coupe, the Touring Superleggera Berlinetta Lusso made its debut in Geneva. To create this F12 Berlinetta-based special - one of five examples it plans to craft - the Milan-based custom coachbuilder incorporated character cues from earlier Ferrari classics with its own contemporary sensibilities. Displaying influences from the Ferrari 166MM Touring it designed for the automaker in the late-1940s, the Berlinetta Lusso's flawlessly finished bodywork is made from hand-formed aluminum and carbon composite panels covered in a sparkling Azzuro Niourlague Metallic. 

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Although the Berlinetta Lusso's cabin features some bespoke Touring Superleggera trim touches, it remains fundamentally unchanged. So too do the car's well-sorted suspension and powertrain, the latter retaining a potent 731-horse/6.3-liter naturally aspirated V12 that drives the rear wheels through a 7-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission. 

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