Dutch brothers Paul and Tono Huet are back with their very special take on vintage autos and the duo have created a stunning new enclosed coupe called the HB Coupe. The retro-inspired couple borrows style elements from the Alfa Romeos and the Ferraris of yore with timeless lines defining the silhouette of the model. The four-cylinder 2.0-liter engine on the HB Coupe will be offered in three levels of tune- Race, Road Racer and Classic.
The Race tuned coupe packs in a mean 255 horsepower which allows it to sprint from 0-62 mph in just under 4 seconds. The Road Racer model offers 170 hp of peak power though it too manages to sprint from 0-62 mph in under 4 seconds. The Classic is a more touring oriented vehicle and is offered with a 170 bhp tune. Like a modern racecar, the HB Coupe is built upon a full-carbon monocoque chassis. The model comes with a fully customizable setup, a safety fuel cell and a full roll cage.
On the inside, the HB Coupe comes with a dashboard that is matched to the exterior body panels. Custom options for the dashboard include trimmings in carbon fiber, aluminum, bamboo and oak. Black or cream handcrafted leather is used to upholster the cabin which also comes with a touchscreen entertainment system, heated seats and full climate control. Only 40 copies of the HB Coupe will be made with the Classic and Road Racer models beginning at €67,800 and the Race model being priced starting from €78,500.
Via: Car Buzz.