A good thing made very subtly better.
The car you probably most closely associate with Carrozzeria Touring Superleggera is the Alfa Romeo 8C-based Disco Volante, being that the Italian coachbuilder has been bringing it to shows for a few years now. But now there is a new model, the Berlinetta Lusso, and it's gorgeous. It is based on the Ferrari F12, and it's not at all difficult to see that car in the finished product, especially given that the car is still mechanically an F12.
We know from a teaser which the company put out shortly before the show that the inspiration for the new coachwork was the 166 MM, the first Ferrari road car to have been built in any real quantity. You can see it a bit in the finished product, particularly how the more angular lines for the standard Pininfarina bodywork have been softened and rounded out for a more classic Ferrari look. But even though the body is completely new, the differences are subtle, and this isn't some outrageous attention grabber, at least, no more than the original Ferrari. It's an elegant and simple design, and we like it.