Legendary Italian design house Pininfarina stunned the world back in 2006 when it revealed the P4/5 supercar commissioned by James Glickenhaus. In coachbuilding tradition, a bespoke body was designed to fit an existing chassis for the P4/5, in this case one from a Ferrari Enzo, with the end result bearing little resemblance to its donor. MUST SEE: 1966 Ford Mustang Meets A Volvo Wagon: A Marriage Of Convenience? Could the Ferrari 458 Italia-based Project F from Dutch design firm Ugur Sahin Design be the next great coachbuilt Ferrari? Well, at present Ugur Sahin doesn’t have any takers...
Ugur Sahin rolls out Soleil Anandi coachbuilt Corvette in Monaco
The last we heard of Dutch-based industrial design group Ugur Sahin Design was that the company was teaming up with American tuner Mallett to develop a series of coachbuilt Chevrolet Corvette "Z03" models. Since then Ugur Sahin Design has been working on several other projects, including the...Viknesh Vijayenthiran
Ugur Sahin Design Teams Up With Mallett For 999-HP Corvette Z03
Ugur Sahin, the Dutch-based designer of the previous Ferrari Dino study, has plans to put one of his latest creations, the stunning Z03 Corvette concept into production. The car looks similar to the Dino concept, as well as the Ferrari 599-based Vandenbrink GTO but is designed around a much cheaper...James Martinez
Ugur Sahin Design GT-S Passionata Design Study
Coachbuilding has become a precarious business of late, with industry stalwarts like Pininfarina and Bertone having weathered some difficult situations. Perhaps that's what makes Ugur Sahin Design's work so impressive, although the cars the firm envisions - and in some cases, produces - are...Nelson Ireson