Is It Blasphemous to Modify a Ferrari? Not If It Looks Like This.

Meet the Spanish autoshop that's turning 10s into 11s

By Shari Gab

 
Is It Blasphemous to Modify a Ferrari? Not If It Looks Like This.
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12 October 2016

In the case that owning a supercar just isn’t enough for you, Spanish auto design house Bengala might be able to offer some assistance. 

Known for their dramatic custom jobs, Bengala just revealed that they plan to build 10 Ferrari F12-based, GT3-inspired, carbon-fiber Caballería models to accompany the launch of their new Privilege Program. The models are set to ship by the the summer of 2017 to 10 very fortunate recipients, each of whom will also become members of said ultra-exclusive, members-only program.

"In most cases, uniqueness is a state of mind; we bring to our customers an interpretation of their desires, based on their dreams. Put it simply, we mastered and created a unique piece of design and engineering, the Bengala F12 Caballería, and ten special individuals earned it," said Bengala CEO and Founder Shoghi Saeidnia in an interview with Carscoops.

Owners’ perks include first access to Bengala’s future limited-edition makes and the accompanying invitations to launch events and private viewings. Since the company only designs and completes one project per year (of just 5-10 total models), it appears that potential membership in the program will also be “based on dreams” for the majority of us.

Better start dreaming.

via Carscoops

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