Lavazza GTX-R looks like a Ferrari Enzo with a BMW V12 engine

Lavazza GTX-R looks like a Ferrari Enzo with a BMW V12 engine

Everyone dreams of owning a supercar but buying one it`s very hard. Not speaking of the insurens value or the nerves you may get if you crash it. The alternative comes from the Italian tuning house Lavazza Automotive as Lavazza GTX-R. It resembles the Ferrri Enzo and a little bit with the Pagani Zonda. The car has a V12 engine from BMW that produces 620hp delivered to the wheels through a six speed electro pneumatic transmission and reaches 100km/h in just 4,6 seconds. The top speed is currently unknown. The carbon/kevlar body is made of tubular steel frame and weighs 1080 kg. The front wheels are 245/40 R18 and the rear ones are 345/30 R19 both of them having Michelin Pilot Sport ZP Run Flat tires. The aerodynamics include a 0,19 CX coefficient, front fixed diverters flow and new adjustable rear air intakes , two variable geometry rear flaps, stabilizer fins and rear splitted adjustable wing. The car`s electro-pneumatic transmission is usually used on busses so her performances can`t beat Ferrari Enzo track records but will surrely be more cheaper. Unfortunately the price was not announced yet.


Lavazza GTX-R looks like a Ferrari Enzo with a BMW V12 engine image Lavazza GTX-R looks like a Ferrari Enzo with a BMW V12 engine image
Lavazza GTX-R looks like a Ferrari Enzo with a BMW V12 engine image Lavazza GTX-R looks like a Ferrari Enzo with a BMW V12 engine image
Lavazza GTX-R looks like a Ferrari Enzo with a BMW V12 engine image Lavazza GTX-R looks like a Ferrari Enzo with a BMW V12 engine image