Award-winning luxury car design firm ARES have confirmed its first project following the announcement of its brand new design and production headquarters in Modena, Italy.

Dubbed "Project Panther," this bespoke supercar will be the first vehicle to be developed and built in the new factory in 2018, as it's inspired by a combination of the Lamborghini Huracan and De Tomaso Pantera.

ARES’ founder and CEO Dany Bahar shared, "This factory and Project Panther give a clear sign of our intent to design, engineer and produce the world’s most stunning bespoke and coach-built cars." He continues, "Project Panther feels right now like our halo car, but I can guarantee there is much more to come in 2018."

With Project Panther currently undergoing final design schematics, as well as aerodynamic and crash-test engineering assessment, the supercar will be built in very limited numbers and go on sale in the second half of 2018.

For a further look and additional details on Project Panther, be sure to check out more at ARES Design.

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