Almost 65 years ago, in 1959 Maserati presented his Type 60/61a privateer racing car that remained in production for two years with a history bearing the name A bird’s nest.
This name was used by relatives Japanese architect Ken Okuyama for his sports style that reminds him 60s and it was presented a few days ago at Concorso d’Eleganza Villa d’Este.
In addition to the Birdcage archetype Okuyama also served as a source of inspiration originally Maserati Birdcage 75th of 2005 and the result of his work is one a clear example of two seats.
Which it does not have a windshieldbut it has one a very sculpted body with accented fenders and rims reminiscent of the Italian luxury marque’s supercar, the MC20.
The internal affairs it is more clear glitterwhen o Instrument panel of course it is retrowhich is also used for the gear selector.
And the Japanese designer may not have referred to any propulsion system, but the air intake and rear exhaust clearly indicate that internal combustion engine.
Okuyama also hasn’t mentioned the price of the Kode61 Birdcage, which will be built in short production length in its factory in Japan.