We now have the first images of the Aspid GT-21 Invictus sports car. This incredible project will manage to create over 200 hi-tech jobs and use advanced lightweight technologies developed for the Aspid Super Sport technology demonstrator unveiled before at different passed motor shows. The production version of the two cars will be available in around two years. The Invictus is a little bigger than the Super Sport this way increasing the level of comfort for the driver and passenger. The GT-21 employs the same chassis design with the Super Sport.
The Aspid GT-21 receives power from a BMW V8 engine capable of developing 450 horsepower. The technology used to build this model will be borrowed to other vehicles too. The output enables the GT-21 to accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h in less than three seconds and to reach a top speed of 300 km/h. To keep it an exclusive car, the automaker will only build 250 units per year. The materials used in the construction of the car include aerospace grade aluminum, ultra-light high-strength steel and composites.
Each customer can choose its own manufacturing process, choice of material and unique design according to its tastes. Each one of the clients can choose more than 100 different options and also each customer will receive a special book signed by the team showing parts of the assembly process. The GT-21 Invictus will be available in Europe in 20 dealerships. The configuration of each car will be different depending on the requirements of each individual. Also, the client has the possibility to ask the Aspid engineering department to change the geometry of the car and also the electronic settings for different needs. Other common technologies used in both models include the integration into the steering wheel of the most important driver primary functions and displays.
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