Established in Milan in 1925, Carrozzeria Touring Superleggera is celebrating 95 years of coachbuilding with the Arese RH95, a built-to-order supercar based on the Ferrari 488 Pista. While the 488 Pista base brings a 710 horsepower twin-turbo V8 and a superb chassis, the similarities end there. Outside the RH95 is radically different, with the coachwork drawing on Carrozzeria's AERO design language, first shown with the Alfa Romeo Disco Volante. Notable is a roof scoop for the mid-mounted engine and scissor doors that are as much art as engineering. Each RH95 is built to order, with a six-month build time. Only 18 units will be produced.