The Kode 0 Is What a Modern Supercar Would Look Like Without Any Design Constraints

This one-off supercar's ultra streamlined design doesn't have to conform to any safety or crash standards, which is why it's so pretty.

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Ken Okuyama, the man who designed the lovely Ferrari 599-based Kode 57 open-top supercar, is back again with another wild one-off creation. This time around, it's based on a Lamborghini Aventador, and looks stunning.

The Kode 0 is a Lamborghini Aventador that's been rebodied with carbon fiber by Okuyama as a one-off for a client. The 700-horsepower naturally aspirated V12 drivetrain is unchanged, but pretty much everything else is new.

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Okuyama says he drew heavily from supercar designs of the 1970s in this latest episode of . The car is a wedge on wheels, without any of the constraints that come with designing a modern vehicle. It's a clean, streamlined design, free of side mirrors or excessive vents.

Leno got a chance to drive the Kode 0 and found it's incredibly popular with onlookers, which isn't too much of a surprise. Watch for yourself to hear the whole story behind how this supercar came to be.

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