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228 views • October 15, 2021

SUPERCARS & HYPERCARS - YOU DIDN'T KNOW EXISTED? [P3]

PD Evolution
PD Evolution
SUPERCARS & HYPERCARS - YOU DIDN'T KNOW EXISTED? 1. FV Frangivento Sorpasso GT3 FV Frangivento is an Italian supercar manufacturer based in Turin. The Sorpasso is their latest supercar, and it has two different versions called Stradale and GTXX. The GT3 was revealed in late September at an event in the French Riviera. Its owner fully customized the Sorpasso GT3. To do this, they had to enter two personal programs called Programma Sviluppo and Programma Ego for 30 days, wherein they worked side-by-side with the stylists to design their own car. 2. FV Frangivento Asfane DieciDieci FV Frangivento was inspired to become an Italian Koenigsegg, and Asfane DieciDieci was the first product to help them achieve that goal. The company says the project marks “a new chapter in the history of FV Frangivento” and is an evolution of the Asfane concept from 2016. For any who wonder, Frangivento is Italian for "windbreak," "Asfane" is said to mean "It can't be done" in the Piedmontese dialect, and DieciDieci is "Ten Ten," representing the coupe's metric horsepower. 3. Laraki Epitome The Laraki Epitome was unveiled at the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance in 2013. Designed and built by Laraki of California, Epitome is muscular and aggressive but still inviting. Moreover, the Epitome has a curb weight of only 2800 pounds thanks to its light carbon fiber body. 4. Lotus Radford Type 62-2 British coachbuilder Radford has been revived, and its first modern project is a retro sports car inspired by the iconic Lotus Type 62 race car from the 1960s. The vehicle is also based on the latest Lotus Evora. Three versions of the coach-built car will be built. There will be a Type 62-2 Classic, a Gold Leaf-spec car, and a John Player Special version. 5. ATS GT Launch Edition Automobili Turismo e Sport is an Italian automotive constructor. The company was formed by Carlo Chiti and Giotto Bizzarrini, intending to be a direct competitor to Ferrari both on the race track and on the street. The ATS GT Launch Edition was introduced at 2018 Monterey Car Week. The car is supposed to look like a modern reinterpretation of the 1964 ATS 2500 GT. 6. Piech GT EV Piech Automotive is an electric car manufacturer based in Zurich, Switzerland, founded in August 2017 by Anton Piëch and Rea Stark Rajcic. Anton Piech is the son of Ferdinand Piech, former CEO of the Volkswagen Group, and great-grandson of Ferdinand Porsche. The two-door GT is the production version of the Mark Zero Concept that debuted at the Geneva Motor Show in 2019. 7. Italdesign GTZERO The Italdesign GTZERO is an electric shooting-brake concept produced by Italian design company Italdesign Giugiaro and was first unveiled at the 2016 Geneva Motor Show. The GTZero gets its power from three electric motors, two of which can be found on the front axle and one on the rear axle. The front electric motors produce 148 hp each, and the rear motor produces 188 hp for a total of 483 hp. Italdesign says that the car has a range of 310 miles to go with an electronically limited top speed of 155 mph. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Fanpage FB: https://www.facebook.com/SuperLuxuryCar Thanks for watching !!! ---------------------- #PDEvolution #Supercars #Hypercars
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