CAMAL Studio Tributo announced

Camal Studio Tributo 19.8.2013
Camal Studio Tributo 19.8.2013

Based on the Maserati GranTurismo

CAMAL Studio has released the first details about their one-off Tributo.

Designed by Alessio Minchella, the Tributo is based on the Maserati GranTurismo and features a bespoke exterior that was "created to meet the classic and refined taste" of the same people who brought you the Ghibli, Bora and Kashmin.

Starting up front, the Tributo has a controversial fascia with new headlights and a redesigned bumper. Moving further back we can see ventilated front fenders, revised side skirts and protruding wheel arches that recall Maserati models from the 60's and 70's. Lastly, at the rear, there's a fastback roof that terminates at an upright bumper which incorporates a rear diffuser and a center-mounted dual exhaust system.

There's no word on what powers the model but CAMAL says several engine "enhancements" will be available to the customer.


Born from the pencil of the designer Alessio Minchella the Tribute is the last work of the study CAMAL.

This special bodywork, designed for a single copy, is based on the platform of Maserati Granturismo, it shares not only the technical but also the layout skills of elegance and sportiness that has always characterized the cars of the trident.
The style of the future car, was created to meet the classic and refined taste of the estimators of the house of Modena, a stylistic path that starts from the famous Ghibli, Bora, Kashmin track and a new interpretation the Maserati GT.

Tribute is a fastback, a natural choice to enhance the sporting character of the brand, a strong character who has wanted to merge with the essential characteristics of quality, comfort and elegance typical of Maserati.

Inspired by the work of best car designers from Turin in the past, it was decided to meet the most rigorous and balancing the volumes through the use of simple sections along the central part of the car. The protruding wheel arches, reminiscent of the powerful V8 overseas the years 60 and 70, reinforce the visual impact of the car body that lives and enhances the symbiosis with the basic architecture.

The front and rear have been treated and adorned only in a functional, thus emphasizing the simple and sculptural that makes the car an exercise in elegance with a strong identity.
Technically the car has retained its basic features, but the choice of materials of the bodywork has lessened the burden increasing their performance. Security structures have remained unchanged allowing easy approval as a single unit of the car.Several options for enhancement of the engine are available to the customer.
Tribute is an example of professionalism and expertise with which the study CAMAL faces every project that is being proposed, whether it comes from a private customer, or by a company .
CAMAL, has extensive experience in the field of one-off and uses industry best practices for the creation of mathematical models, knowing work in parallel to the process of looking for style and prototyping.

The team that developed the concept is composed by Alessio Minchella, a freelance designer and teacher at IED, Alexander Camorali founder of CAMAL and Dalling. Paul Garella, inspiration of the idea that gave rise to the concept.

experiences and skills represented by professionals who have ventured in the project are a guarantee of the quality of the final product and its viability.

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Aesthetics Aesthetics
design and style of marketing hijackers
Aug 21st, 2013 3:04am
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RoadRunner RoadRunner
Mmmm Sexy lady!
Aug 20th, 2013 11:50am
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RoadRunner RoadRunner
from the rear 3/4 angle, woww
Aug 20th, 2013 11:51am
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Decypha Decypha
I like the rear lights and detail of the car as well as its side profile but the front could look a little more special.
Aug 20th, 2013 8:48am
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ErtahazHossain ErtahazHossain
At last someone doing something different. Every other new car manufacturers seem to be using the corvette as their base while these people had the balls to do otherwise! Looks like they took too many lines from the Lamborghini Estoque though.
Aug 20th, 2013 1:26am
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