The Indian design company named DC Design has recently pulled the wraps off its latest creation, the Tornado, which is coming with an Audi-derived V12 engine under its hood.
According to the company, the DC Design Tornado is actually based on the 2010 Imperator Concept and it’s coming as a 2+2 seater with a mid-engine layout. DC Design says that the Tornado is powered by an Audi-derived 6.0 liter V12 engine, which has at least 25 percent more power and torque than the standard spec, mated to a sequential shift transmission which is sending its power to the all-wheel drive.
The DC Design Tornado is sitting on huge rims wrapped in 324/25/28 tires and in the cabin we can find a so-called iDCdrive system, a rear view camera, a floating dashboard and four individual seats with adjustable air cushions. The most notable technologies of the DC Design Tornado include the brake by wire, steer by wire and drive by wire. Additional details on the model are limited for the moment but you can check out the photo gallery below until the Indian design company will tell us more on the Tornado.
Source: Indian Autos Blog