The Apollo Arrow hypercar, the first all-new product from the successor to Gumpert, made its global debut at the 2016 Geneva motor show.
Gumpert fell into bankruptcy in late 2013, but the company was revived and renamed to Apollo in 2015 by Ideal Team Ventures. The new Chinese owners made the news last year when they purchased De Tomaso.
The Arrow is powered by a 4.0-litre V8 with two top-mounted turbochargers, which help it to develop 746kW (1000hp) of power at 6750rpm and 1000Nm of torque at 3650rpm.
Fitted with a sturdy and, reportedly, lightweight carbon monocoque body, the Arrow can complete the 0-100km/h dash in under 2.9 seconds and hit a top speed of 360km/h.
The Arrow rides on flow formed mono-block 20-inch alloys at the front, and 21-inch rims are the rear. There’s also height adjustable suspension, which can be configured to give the car between 40 and 120mm of ground clearance.
Pricing has not been anounced for the Arrow, but Apollo plans a maximum production run of 100 for the Arrow, with buyers able to personalise the vehicle to their hearts’ content.