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Monday, July 1, 2019

A weird-beautiful retro concept of Ares Maserati

Back to 2018, Ares Design seemed to pop up out of nowhere and suddenly come up with a rather stunning design, that can be said as the most beautiful and also out of the box concept they ever made.
2018 Wami ProgettoDue or Project Wami by Ares Design. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2YhY8p7)
They are called it in Italian as 'Wami ProgettoDue,' or 'Project Wami'. This project was inspired by the 1956 Maserati A6CGS Spyder classic figure with the body by Frua, but instead its figure looks like the details of that car were just Photoshopped onto a Miata.
Left side view of 2018 Wami ProgettoDue or Project Wami by Ares Design. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2YhY8p7)
“When it comes to fruition Project Wami will be the finest bespoke roadster and a true testament to Ares Design’s painstaking eye for detail,” Ares promises. We loved their last few designs, so hopefully, they take another stab, or three, at this one. 
Dashboard view of 2018 Wami ProgettoDue or Project Wami by Ares Design (it look has three pedals, but no shift lever is visible). (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2YhY8p7)
Ares says it will be made of lightweight and strong materials such as handcrafted aluminum, carbon fibre, and leather, which means it won’t be cheap either. The details are still very little, because the project seems to be in the early stages of development. 

But, the windshield is one part that is difficult to change, even if most of the body panels are changed. In the eyes of some people, Project Wami looks rather similar to Ferrari Portofino, which means might be it carries a 3.9-liter twin-turbo V8 engine.
Right side view of 2018 Wami ProgettoDue or Project Wami by Ares Design. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2YhY8p7)
As qouted of driving.ca, at glance the interior looks okay, but there is something very strange here. Because, from the rendering images shows three pedals, it indicating that the car was adopted manual transmission system, but no shift lever is visible and also no detailed description where's those shift lever been hidden if it existed.
Dashboard revision view of 2018 Wami ProgettoDue or Project Wami by Ares Design (it look has shift lever now). (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2NrtV68)
But after we saw those retro concept car's cabin taken from the official site of Ares Design, it was clearly seen where the shift lever was placed (it looks like someone from Ares Design has made corrections to the previous image).
Interior revision view of 2018 Wami ProgettoDue or Project Wami by Ares Design (it look has shift lever now). (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2NrtV68)
The release date hasn’t been discussed, and neither has the powertrain or the car it’s based on. And also there's no further information whether there're Ares Design customers who willing to order this retro concept and built it into real car. Or might be You are interested to be the first one in having it? *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | ARES DESIGN | DRIVING.CA]
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