Gumpert, the German supercar maker that created the Gumpert Apollo, has revealed plans for its next no-holds-barred hypercar. Called the Gumpert Tornante, the car will be designed by Italian art house, Touring Superleggera.
Although there are no official images of the car in its final guise, the car is likely to feature a long rear section like the Apollo to accommodate an all-new V8 engine, and an overall extravagant mix of air intakes, scoops and vents.
Also like the old Gumpert Apollo, the Torante will be a strict two-seater. Gumpert has said the new model will offer more elegance and comfort however, as opposed to the serious, track-focused Gumpert Apollo.
No official engine details have been released yet either, all Gumpert has said is that it will feature a carbon fibre monocoque chassis and space frame, surrounded by composite body panels.
The finished product, along with complete details, will be unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show, commencing March 1.