The weird designed car by Ital now know as “Zerouno” made its way to Geneva.
Like most automakers going to the 2017 Geneva Motor Show, Italdesign just couldn’t hold up to flaunt what it was bringing. The firm shared press pictures of its amazing failure volume supercar before the show alongside pretty much all of data on it. The main riddles that remained were what it looked like in the metal and what it would be called. Since Geneva is upon us we have the responses to those inquiries. The car looks completely staggering in the metal, and the official name of it is the Zerouno.
Italdesign is a piece of the Volkswagen Group, and the man who planned the Zerouno, Filippo Perini, likewise penned the Huracan, Aventador and Veneno. That is the reason the Zerouno looks so like a Lamborghini and why it includes the normally suctioned 5.2-liter V10 found in the Huracan and Audi R8. In spite of the likenesses to alternate supercars in the VW Group, the Zerouno is a supercar with its own exceptional style and outline. In the metal it kind of resembles a R8 mated with an Aventador. The roofline particularly helps us to remember Audi’s supercar. The back window louvers and wing hope to have been ripped straight off the top-level Lambo. The outcome is a provocative supercar beyond any doubt to blow some people’s minds, particularly given its execution capacities.
On account of its huge motor and all-wheel drive the Zerouno can do 0-62 mph in 3.2 seconds and hit a top speed of 205 mph. Those execution figures ought to be improved in the “Corsa” bundle, a track-just spec intended to cut weight and upgrade the supercar’s streamlined features. Just five Zerounos will be fabricated and every one will cost $1.6 million a pop.
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