At the moment, it exists in the digital world only, so these pics are renderings, naturally. But with a bit of Maserati MC-12, Aston Martin One-77 and Ferrari Enzo thrown in, the Slovenian company has come up with a rather derivative design.
Still, it's low and wide and that counts for something. The spec sheets also reads like a supercar's handbook. A midmounted V12 produces around 800kW and 930Nm. Aluminium and carbon-fibre chassis and bodywork means the car weighs a scant 1200kg.
It'll do 0-100km/h in 2.9 seconds, 0-200km/h in just 8.5 seconds and - says Shayton - it'll crack 400km/h. To slow it down, it uses Brembo brakes behind 20-inch fronts with 265mm tyres and the rears are 21-inch wheels shod with 365mm rubber.
Inside, there's leather, alcantara, carbon-fibre, brushed aluminium and even a Bang and Olufsen sound system.
Here's hoping anyway. The plans are to build 20 cars. Starting when? Who knows...
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