While I believe there's nothing wrong with the looks of a Ferrari F12, even your most annoying neighbor can have one in exchange for about $320,000. That's not the case with Touring Superleggera's brand new Berlinetta Lusso.
When Alfa built the original flying saucer — the Disco Volante — in 1952, they were on top of the world. Now there's a new Disco Volante — and while completely different from the original, it's just as gorgeous.
Remember Gumpert's Apollo (pictured)? Milan-based Carrozzeria Touring Superleggera is prepping a more spacious touring version for the Geneva show. Like the Apollo, the Tornante will be rich in carbon fiber and horsepower. Overnight bag and "aspiring model" optional.