If you want a supercar that doesn’t have the elegance of a Ferrari or McLaren, then we suggest you check out Ginetta’s new Supercar. It looks like the angriest front-engine car we’ve seen in a long time. It makes the old Dodge Viper ACR look like a wuss. It’s a near perfect mashup of the company’s previous models.
We reported on the car not long ago, and Ginetta pulled the wraps off its new car ahead of the vehicle’s scheduled launch at the Geneva Motor Show. The car looks absolutely impressive, and then you take a gander at the spec sheet and get even more excited. Ginetta has made what appears to be an amazing car.
The car has a top speed of 200 mph, a dry-sumped 90-degree 6.0-liter V8 engine, 600 hp and 516 lb-ft of torque, and the engine is paired to a bespoke six-speed sequential transmission. The car only weighs around 2,500 pounds thanks to plenty of carbon fiber. Weight distribution is almost perfectly balanced, too. That’s a recipe for speed and fun, which are two things Ginetta knows about intimately.
The car is the company’s flagship road car that you should also be able to use on the track to dominate the competition. The company said Alcantara, carbon fiber, and billet aluminum will feature in the interior. The car also comes with ABS, traction control, reverse camera, parking sensors, automatic headlights, a full HVAC system with heated seats, phone connectivity, and more. It will compete right with the big names in the supercar market, and we welcome it into the fold.