Tramontana XTR to get V12 having 888 horsepower

Tramontana XTR

Keep in mind this a.d. Tramontana Ur? The actual canopied, tandem-seat oddity manifested a new daring selection with supercardom, a new much brasher selection than a thing from Maranello or Sant'Agata Bolognese. The carbon fiber missile debuted in 2009 and has been driven by a V12 procured from Mercedes-Benz. Available in various music, this powertrain has been excellent for up to 760 power – simply no little sum considering that this larger-than-you-think coupe still weighted less than 2, 800 pounds.

But now there's a new option in the a.d. Tramontana constant, known as XTR. While no images have been launched, the spanish designer has launched this set of renderings, along with term that its newest development will be operated by a new 5.5-liter twin-turbo V12 that will bludgeon its way in the future with 888 power and 678 pound-feet of twisting at its convenience. There's also term of a new "ultra-rapid competition gear box," but no formal information have yet been offered on what, exactly it might be.

The mid-engined, rear-drive XTR also looks to have a considerably modified overall look, such as new aero pieces, lighting, tires, and so on, but the primary aircraft fuselage-like development and pattern bumpers remain.

Pricing? Grateful you requested. Available later this season, the XTR is predicted to control 420,000 dollars – around $514,000. Only about a number of cases are required to be designed per season, but a.d. Tramontana is allegedly working on growing both its production abilities and supplier impact.