A rare modern fuoriserie
A two-seater high performance machine, shaped by the wind and readily identifiable as a rare fuoriserie.
The AERO Design
The Touring AERO 3 represents the most up-to-date interpretation of Touring’s streamlined style originating in the 1930s.
The most prominent design element is the teardrop shape, which defines the purity of the body as a whole.
AERO 3 is the third streamliner model in Touring’s recent lineup, after the highly successful Disco Volante and Disco Volante Spyder.
Road or track
On road or track, electrifying performance is assured. Massive reserves of power from the large V12 motor see to that, but for customers wanting a little bit of extra spice for track use we can discuss bespoke options with you.
A natural extension of the teardrop shape
The dorsal fin, today commonly seen on pure racing cars, reflects pioneering “wind profile” studies into aerodynamic theories by Touring in the industry’s first wind tunnel, during The Golden Age. This detail, while evoking design traits from Touring’s heritage, is artfully blended into the overall visual harmony of the machine.
As unique as you are
Specially constructed according to the customer’s instructions, so ensuring a high degree of personalisation, each Touring AERO 3 will be a unique example of the fuoriserie art.
This is a car with a strong character, with highly distinctive features, so it is entirely appropriate that the owner’s own personality is stamped on it from the beginning. Exotic materials and unusual colours produce a finished product with its own distinct style.
The customer is encouraged to be as imaginative as they like to create their own masterpiece, always with the expert guidance of Touring’s stylists to provide ideas.
Hi-Tech materials and skilled craftsmanship
Breaking with tradition, the entire body is made from carbon fibre.
This advanced material provides benefits in terms of weight and strength, and to ensure a flawless finish components are scanned and logged to confirm millimetre accuracy with the design parameters.
All components are CAD-designed and computer verified.
The substructure is laser-cut from various aluminium alloys.
The opening panels have newly designed mechanisms, while at the rear, a bespoke system of dual foils flank the dorsal fin to optimise cfd results, and raise and lower automatically according to vehicle speed.
Quality is our goal
Quality control is paramount, with extreme attention paid to ensure the end product is perfect.
Checks are made at all stages of production: body in white, after painting, assembly and road testing.
Only by hand-building the car can we achieve the level of perfection for which we aim, and to this end our craftsmen spend 5,000 hours on each car.