In an automotive world where one-off supercars are becoming the norm, thanks to the array of special Pagani Zonda’s out there not to mention Eric Clapton’s custom Ferrari 458 Italia, it comes as no surprise that yet another prospective designer has jumped aboard the bandwagon to create what he hopes will be built in conjunction with Pininfarina in a car dubbed the 770 Daytona.
Only one rendering of the 770 Daytona has been released thus far but from the image it’s immediately apparent that this car is certainly something extremely special. Taking heavy inspiration from the Ferrari 365 GTB/4 Daytona, the front end of the car features completely unique headlights which harp back to the good ‘ole days of grand touring in one’s original Ferrari Daytona.
If the car were given the green light to be produced, Evren Milano believes it could be constructed around either the new F12 Berlinetta or its predecessor, the 599 GTB Fiorano considering both cars have similar proportions.
There is just one small hurdle stopping the 770 Daytona from reaching the production line (even in limited numbers) and that is finding prospective buyers. Additionally, it has not yet been confirmed if Ferrari is in fact in favour of such a venture.
If however, this car does come to fruition, we’ll be sure to update you with all the latest.