Rotary Supercars have recently released the very first teaser images with an upcoming model which will produce 2,800 HP and 3,494 Nm of torque.
The small German automaker named Rotary Supercars is ending up in our news once again after more than a year of developing and testing what it supposed to be the new fastest production car in the world. The supercar in question doesn’t have an official name just yet but rumors are saying that the model will produce a whopping total output of 2,800 HP and it will have a peak torque of 3,494 Nm, just like initial rumors were telling us last year..
But unlike a year ago, the Rotary Supercars’ model is getting closer and closer to its debut and to its future customers who will probably have to pay a fortune for the model. Initial data was saying that the Rotary Supercar’s vehicle will pack a 5.2 liter quad-turbo engine under its hood, with eight rotors. The units should be enough to allow the model to sprint from 0 to 100 km/h in just 0.9 seconds and to reach a top speed of 600 km/h in less than seven seconds. These performance figures haven’t been confirmed yet but if this is true, then we will assist to a true revolution in the automotive industry. Keep in mind that the figures mentioned above haven’t been confirmed yet.
Update: The RSC team is currently looking for additional investors in order to produce the supercar and even if the company hasn’t confirmed the performance figures mentioned above, it didn’t deny them either.
“The exact numbers & technical details are still not official yet but we claim that it’s going to be a very powerful machine”, as RSC told us. “RSC is still looking for additional investors due to an usual ‘saga’ with our main Chinese investor.”
Source: Rotary Supercars