Today everybody seems to be able and willing to make their own automaker, though by the time the cars actually reach the customers few of them remain on the battlefield.
We’re yet to pass judgment which of the two cases will be at the end of the development schedule for the Inferno – this is a new supercar coming out of Mexico but with a twist – it should be manufactured in Italy – if it ever makes it to the production line. We’re definitely skeptical for the time being because the producer has just posted some captions on its Facebook page –where we found out it has already been spending a copious amount of time in development – a full seven years. A regular automaker by that time would have already delivered the model, be it a fully fledged supercar, but then again, we’re still looking at some renderings.
Wishful thinking aside, we also found out the senior automotive designer Antonio Ferraioli has been tasked to pen the Inferno and his previous works include experience with the Lamborghini Asterion, Veneno Coupe & Roadster, Aventador SV, and Reventon Roadster. Looking at some GTA-esque design, the Inferno is a classical case of overdesign and the manufacturer goes on to say it would employ a mixture of zinc, aluminum, and silver to deliver an “exclusive material” which should be very tough yet very light. The technical specs include a bi-turbo V8 engine with 1,400 bhp (1,044 kW) and 670 Nm (495 lb-ft) of torque which should suffice for the zero to 60 mph (96 km/h) task to be accomplished in three seconds and then hit a top speed of at least 245 mph (395 km/h).