Less know hypercars in the World
Here are 3 less know hypercars that are currently out there.
SPANIA GTA SPANO
The 2013 GTA Spano hypercars has an 8.4-liter twin-turbocharged V10 engine with 900 horsepower. While the 2012 Spano packed 820 horsepower, both hypercars hit the 0-60 jump in 2.9 seconds. The max speed is 230mp/h. All is made possible by a 7-speed paddle-shift automatic transmission. A slick back rear wing for added downforce. Twin air intakes for the twin exhaust system that incorporate a rear barrel to improve the aerodynamic load.
The Spano stands on 19-inch wheels at the front and 20-inch at the rear, with 255/35 R19 and 335/30 R20. The interior is trimmed in leather and carbon fiber. Comes with Recaro bucket seats, a rear camera, and an auto-tinting panoramic glass roof. This unique and high tech chassis was the product of a collaboration between Spania GTA and Graphenano. Parent company Spania GTA unveiled the limited edition GTA Spano, but only 99 were built.
The Venom GT hypercar has a 1244 horsepower twin-turbo 7.0-liter V-8 engine. The 2743-pound Venom GT has a power-to-weight ratio of 2.2 pounds per horsepower or 1.0 kilogram per horsepower. The 0 to 100 mph can be conquered in just 4.4 seconds. However, expect it to go over 270 mph and might even beat the Venom GT.
The body comprises of carbon fiber which helped to keep the weight low at 2,743 pounds (1,244 kg) for improved aerodynamics. It does offer air conditioning system, soft padded doors, front dash, leather wrapped steering wheel, FM radio and a docking station for iPod. The exterior styling is based on the Lotus Exige, new bright yellow paint and the black strip running from the front all the way to the back.
The ST1 hypercars is power is provided by a supercharged and turbocharged 6.8-liter V8 engine that produces 1104hp and 1430 Nm of torque. It is connected to a seven-speed paddle shift transmission which enables this 1590kg hypercar to accelerate from zero to 62mph in 3 seconds, and is electronically limited to a top speed of 233mph.
The front of the Zenvo ST1 is designed around the hexagonal trademark Zenvo grille flanked by the large front air intakes used for brakes and engine cooling. The intakes are raked back to minimize drag and at the same time making the side impression of the car more compact. The rear spoiler mandatory for a car capable of extreme high speeds is partly integrated in the rear wing. It has a unique aerodynamic design following the raked shape of the rear end.