2012 Imperia GP Hybrid

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Rides

Hybrid vehicles may be all the rage these days as people are looking for every way possible to save money on fuel, but what is there to do about your love for vintage classics?

Typically classic cars are equipped with gas guzzling 6 and 8 cylinder motors, which is exactly why we love the 2012 Imperia GP. Sporting much of the aesthetics we love from early 1900s vehicles, the Imperia GP is also extremely good on gas thanks to the use of a hybrid setup. A 1.6 liter 207 horsepower engine coupled with a 134 horsepower electric motor make this thing sprint to 62 miles per hour in just 4 seconds from a standstill. This thing sounds perfect, but it might break the bank starting at $123,000.

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