This is the 273 Potenza by Swiss based ZEROACENTO Automobili. It once lived a life as a Ferrari 308 and transitioned into one of a kind carbon fibre reimagining. The 273 Potenza may resemble a Ferrari, but it has been completely remade, restyled and re-engineered from the ground up by Italian engineering coachwork specialist Manifattura Automobili Torino.
The ZEROACENTO 273 Potenza is powered by a twin-turbo V8 engine mated to a seven-speed dual clutch transmission and manual shifter. Sounds complicated, but why not.
Power is rated at 800bhp, the exhaust is handcrafted from titanium and the car rides on 20-inch front and 21-inch rear forged alloy wheels.
Many hours have been spent testing and refining the aero and chassis. But the interior is where most owners will spend their time.
The interior is retro by nature twinned with modern creature comforts such as a digital driver’s binnacle and ambient lighting. Luxurious materials line the cabin which is executed to the highest standards.
Pricing is not yet available, nor is quantity, a one-off commission made to this standard is sure to attract a $1M asking price. But the 273 Potenza is a work of art and as such its value will rise.