The design of the Huet Brothers was inspired from the style of the Barchetta racing cars. The model offers a special experience that can easily compete with a classic racing car. Handling on the road, the vibrations and the noise are very well kept under control using modern techniques.
The design of the HB Special is derived from the style of the Barchetta racing cars that reigned at races such as the Mille Miglia, Targa Florio and Le Mans in the mid 1950s. Cars like the Aston Martin DBR1, the Maserati 300 S or the Ferrari 412 S have definitely influenced the overall look and feel. The HB Special provides an experience that rivals a classic racing car. Noise, vibrations, road handling require technique and mastery to handle. It is a car that is faithful to the original spirit of a classic racing car but does not aspire to be an identical copy.
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