A car with its own soul. New color schemes, a plethora of high-end materials, and maybe even some basic infotainment are all likely culprits here. And thanks for reading Autoblog. German builder has already shown , , at last year's Geneva. The development of the suspension system was designed to achieve maximum performances, but also carry a targeted level of refinement in order to provide a capable, yet reliable driving experience. This is a car that will make you fall in love all over again every time you set eyes on it.
And free is good, right? Our flagship hyper-car that represents the ethos of the brand. The entire body is carbon fiber, and the engine is an upgraded Ferrari V12 sourced from the F12Berlinetta. Tire size ; Wheel rims size R20; R21 This website analyzes the usage behavior of the visitors, i. Power failure during flashing can brick your accelerator, you will need to reprogram by an device in the event of a bricking. We wanted to create a modern chassis for the next-generation.
Once they were done looking at the new blank sheet, Apollo moved forward by teaming up with Paolo Garella, the engineer whose recent works include for. The journey itself was intensely emotional. The entire chassis, including the monocoque, front and rear subframes has a total weight of a mere 105kg. He felt the brand that kept its Nürburgring record for almost five years with the Apollo was worth a second shot, and so, he got to work. The nose was most definitely influenced by sharks, while a teardrop shape helps smooth out the air over the greenhouse. There's a 12-level traction control system as well as three driving modes to keep things tidy, but the lack of turbos on the blue-blooded V12 promises old school thrills in a car packing 2976 lbs. Read our full review on the The Swedes are another major force in this segment, with the latest version of the Agera challenging the best of the best from around the world for supreme velocity domination.
Apollo team is not responsible for any loss of data, system failure, or damages arising from the use of this tool. The Apollo Sport, in particular, made automotive headlines when it posted a lap time of 1:17. The automaker, now called Apollo Automobil GmbH, appears ready to redefine itself as a legitimate threat to other hypercar builders. The whole thing was crafted as a blank-sheet design, created by a 27-year-old designer who also spent a little time at McLaren. The entire chassis weighs only 105 kg 231 lb. The automaker once known as Gumpert Sportwagenmanufaktur GmbH has received a new lease on life thanks to wealthy investors at a holding company named Ideal Team Ventures Limited. The large, flared-out fenders cover the meaty tires in front but show off the tread with rear-facing exposed sections that feed atmosphere through the side aero fins.
Not only because we can, because a desire burns within us to be better, to be relentless in the pursue of perfection. So then — does it have it takes to get your blood boiling? The standard road setting is 110mm. If you'd be so kind as to whitelist our site, we promise to keep bringing you great content. All four corners feature three-way adjustable Bilstein dampers which complement the double wishbone pushrod setup. But in a world filled to the brim with insane hypercar competition, does the Apollo N have what it takes to flourish? How do you go about competing with the best of the best in the world of hypercars? By continuing to browse the site, you consent to this data processing by the site operator and third parties revocable at any time for the future. The Apollo logo is placed in prominent locations where appropriate, while the shifter paddles are placed on the steering wheel. And just as everything seemed to be going smoothly for the company, everything went off the rails in 2013 when Gumpert filed for bankruptcy.
This car has an organic granularity that other modern hyper-cars strive for, but are unable to deliver. Making it go is a mid-mounted 5. This car has an organic granularity that other modern hyper-cars strive for, but are unable to deliver. Apollo claims that, with the unspecified tires developed for the car, the Intensa Emozione is capable of over 2. The styling of the car will be its main selling point, making even Lamborghinis look tame in comparison. Bare carbon fiber is everywhere, encapsulating the passengers in a tight embrace. Basically, Apollo contends that in the never-ending march towards the utilization of complex technology, the emotional connection between pilot and machine was left behind, sacrificed in the name of more efficiency, bigger numbers, and more speed.
Continue reading to learn more about the Apollo Intensa Emozione. Highlighted by plenty of folding and curving carbon fiber, it certainly looks aggressive on the road or track. Ingress and egress are assisted by way of gullwing doors, adding loads of drama while enabling some very tricky side sill aero. Coinciding with the rebranding is the release of two new models, both of which dropped cover at the 2016 Geneva International Motor Show. Admittedly, there are still plenty of things to be ironed out before this collaboration effectively gets off the ground. It is a precise engineered piece of art.
Continue after the jump to read the full story. A car that lives and breathes with intense emotion. That pure, raw, emotional connection that binds driver and car. We notice you're using an ad blocker. Share on Facebook Tweet this Share Passion is key to understanding the rebirth of Apollo Automobil. In back is a dramatic Trident-shaped exhaust, mounted centrally as a major influencer in the diffuser section.
The car was fully revealed in October 24, 2017. And, might we add, what a soundtrack it creates. Acuate creases and exposed wheels facilitates precise streamlining of airflow whilst resulting in a lightweight appearance grounded by powerful stance. From the beginning, our team set out to build a car that is lightweight, aerodynamically efficient and connected, but unimpeded by any emotionally dilutive technological systems. The steering wheel gets a small diameter with a flat bottom made from carbon and no top section.
During the course of achieving this goal we poured in heart and soul, sweat and tears. Pankl Racing Systems is the supplier for the differential. Continue reading to learn more about the Apollo Intensa Emozione. These two simple words carry great significance — they are the backbone of everything we do, they describe the journey we trekked, they are the final product of our passion. Based on what they've learnt from Glickenhaus' Nürburgring program, Garella's Manifattura Automobili Torino built an even tighter carbon fiber chassis, happy to be free from the packaging issues associated with forced-induction engines, but still challenged by the design team to fit both a V12 and a 26. The V12 uses a paddle-shift operated Hewland 6-speed race gearbox. Pushing the boundaries of design, engineering and extensive applications of exotic materials.