My colleague Christian Johnston and I had the rare opportunity to enter into the Italian secretive car design and manufacturing facility, CECOMP to see how the one-of-a-kind, hand-built world's first titanium supercar was made. 10,000 man-hours of handcrafting the outer shell using the old tradition of Turin hammers, it was shaped into it's striking design. As if viewing the supercar and facility wasn't enough, we had the first ever drive of the $2.8 million car on the epic winding hillside roads above the beautiful city of Turin, Italy. An understatement it would be to say I was a little nervous! The feature is out now in the February 2017 issue of Automobile Magazine.