The famous Italian coachbuilder Carrozzeria Touring Superleggera will present a new model later this year. It’s called Arese RH95 and that’s it!
The Touring Superleggera Arese RH95 was leaked via patent pictures prior to its official reveal. However, we still don’t know which car it is based on. The fact that Alfa Romeo was headquartered in Arese, Italy suggests that there might be an Alfa under this beautiful body.
Plus, there are some tell-tale signs all over the exterior of the car that lead us to suspect that it is based on an Alfa Romeo. First of all, the front grille looks like a variation on the iconic shield grille from the Italian brand. The ventilation slots on the sides are reminiscent of the 4C.
The Arese RH95, built as a touring coach, also has butterfly doors with a glass cutout on the roof, an air scoop, a large diffuser and the “Plus” design motif from Touring Superleggera on the rear apron. For some reason, the car’s proportions appear to be similar to the Ferrari SF90 Stradale.
Source: Auto Week