The world is moving towards the whole downsizing episode with low capacity engines and high fuel efficiency. Yet, a handful of manufacturers are still inclined towards giving the world a pure adrenaline rush by manufacturing the true-blue oil burners. And most of this manufacturers are relatively small garage start-ups, most of whom we have never heard of.
One such relatively unknown, yet high on aspirations supercar manufacturer goes by the Inferno and aims to take the world by storm with one of the meanest and fastest car. The Mexican supercar will be manufactured in Italy and is yet to be named. The doubt though is, will the project take shape or will it just be another case of vaporware.
Inferno hasn't divulged any details officially for now, but they have posted images through a Facebook post, creating a stir in the market. According to a post on Facebook, the project has been in development for seven years now along with other critical details. The vehicle is made of “exclusive material” which consists zinc, aluminum, and silver. The material offers a security level compared to an armored vehicle while being substantially lighter.
The design team is led by senior automotive designer Antonio Ferraioli who apparently worked on the Lamborghini Asterion, Veneno Coupe & Roadster, Aventador SV, and Reventon Roadster. You can only imagine the monsters he is used to build, and the Inferno is one among them. The Veneno, which actually raised the bars of outlandish design looks tamed in front on the Inferno design.
But the design is not where the Inferno stops and it's technical specifications are nothing short of extreme. The Inferno will produce an incredible 1400 bhp and 670 Nm of torque from an unknown bi-turbo V8 engine. This insane power will push the car from 0-100 kpmh in less than 3 seconds before topping out at an maximum speed of 395 kmph.
A prototype of the car was recently showcased at an event in Mexico, but it's still far from production. And if it ever saw the light of the day, who knows it finds a spot in the movies like Fast and Furious, like the Lykan hypercar did. Because what else are these cars made for, if not entertainment?
Source: Inferno Exotic Car on Facebook