Like its KZ1 predecessor, the 1280kg A10 will be rare, with just 50 to be hand-built at Banbury. With an exclusive with a price tag of around £350,000, Ascari's announcement is particularly bold.
Power will come from a modified BMW M5 engine with a six speed manual as standard or a sequential gearbox available as an option. With its wide carbon fibre body and matching fixed rear wing, the A10 more dramatic compared to the KZ1 it's based off.
Chris Burton from Ascari says: ""We are extremely excited by the prospect of launching the A10. This car's roots are in the racetrack making it a truly inspiring driving machine, yet refined enough by design to be driven every day as a supercar."
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