The futuristic SALAFF C2 supercar graces our screen in a collaborative photo collection by photographer Benedict Redgrove, London-based digital production studio INK and founder of the bespoke automobile, Carlos Salaff. Entitled ‘C2 at Popsicle Studio’, the collection expresses SALAFF’s artistic intentions through the portrayal of an elevated and refined C2 model.
Underpinned by a Lamborghini Gallardo chassis that is not only road and race proven, but arguably the last of the analog supercar breed – making it the ideal base to amplify the revered qualities of power and prestige to the maximum.
The car which debuted publicly in 2018 at an annual automotive charity event known as, The Pebble Beach Concours D’elegance, is a product of restoration, performance improvements and coachwork by Salaff.
Built for a visceral driving experience, the C2 appeals to drivers who value the connected feeling of a gated shifter, V1o power and rear wheel drive over a lightning-quick paddle system and copious computerized helpers for accelerated lap times.
Through a unique blend of future-oriented design language and the spirit of vintage racing machines, the C2 subtly combines facet with fluidity – expressing the modernity of architecture and fashion with a car exterior reminiscent of timeless classics such as the Ferrari 330 P4, Porsche 917 and Peugeot 905.
Each C2 is tailored in carbon fiber and built in limited quantities with an emphasis on quality and artistry – a concept which translates effortlessly in the photo collection, which depicts a sense of purity and simplicity in the spacious studio environment.