Only 5 of These Italian Supercars Will Ever Exist and That Makes Me Sad
By Shari Gab / August 8, 2017 9:00 am

Since 1968, Italdesign has been ravishing the auto industry with future-facing tech and aesthetics. They’ve been know to make Ferrari look like a hand maid, though you didn’t hear it from us

And recently at the 87th Geneva International Motor Show, they’ve released their first (of course) ultra-limited supercar.

Behold, the Zerouno, of which only five will be made.

Zerouno (3 images)

Technically street legal, we’d be wary to let this gem roam on just any old road. Crafted completely out of carbon fiber, the makers took their 50-some years of expertise and wrapped it into a beastly, wind-besting machine with forward-looking design elements from a tapered nose to the ‘Y’ duct providing maximum intake, thereby downforce.

Underneath that bonnet sits a godly 5.2-liter V10 engine capable of 62mph in 3.2 seconds and topping out at 205mph.

Donned with five-spoke aluminum wheels, Pirelli P-Zero tires, carbon-ceramic brakes and a serious titanium exhaust. The inside is no less distinct, with handmade carbon fiber details peppering the door panels and dash.

The five builds are expected to be finished by the end of the year, and we can only hope against hope to see them in the wild some day.