Felino CB7 Canadian Supercar

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Rides

So you thought the only worthwhile supercars came from Italy? Canada is looking to make its mark with the unveiling of their own supercar in the Felino CB7.

Developed at Montreal’s famous Circut Gilles Villenueve race track, this Canadian supercar means business. Packed with a mid-mounted 6.2 liter V8 engine (providing near 50/50 weight distribution) , the CB7 pumps out 525 horsepower. The vehicle’s body is constructed almost entirely from carbon fiber, and tips the scales at just 2,500 pounds. Drivers can choose from a sequential gear box, or our personal favorite, the good ‘ole six-speed manual. Other notable features include LED headlamps and tallights, side-mounted cameras for up close and personal playback, and a whole lot more. The vehicle debuted at the Montreal Auto Show, and is slated to carry a window sticker price of just under $100,000. Check out the video below.

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