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Arash AF10 Supercar

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Feb 25, 2016

Category: Rides

The Arash AF10 is a British supercar with a standout design and unreal performance numbers. With a tear-shaped cockpit that pops up from the recessed hood and raised headlights trailing off to a fixed wing on the back, the car has a lot of character to it.

Powered by four electric motors combined with a 6.2-liter supercharged V8 engine, this car has a huge amount of punch. It’s also extremely lightweight thanks to a patented 13-piece carbon fiber construction. With a sprint speed of 0-60 mph in just 2.8 seconds, along with 2,080 horsepower and 1,682 pound-feet of torque (using the brand’s proprietary “Warp Drive” system), this thing is like a high-tech jet for the pavement – reaching a top speed of over 200 mph. Each engine has its own two-speed gearbox, and the V8 comes with your choice of paddle or manual shift 6-speed. Although these are conceptual renderings, the car is set to hit the assembly line, and will carry a window sticker price just north of $1.5 million. [Purchase]

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