Ramusa HyperSUV by Camal Design

Dec 18, 2015

Category: Rides

The idea behind Camal design’s new concept vehicle is simple: create an automobile with the performance of a hypercar but with the ride height of an SUV. The result is something that can’t be called one or the other, but instead, they’ve named the Ramusa Hypersuv.

It’s a two-seater that is the first of its kind. It comes in at 14 feet long, 6.5 feet wide and 4 feet high, with a ground clearance of nearly a foot. On the outside, it looks like a sleek supercar that has been raised off the ground just a tad. It has carbon fiber off-road wheel arches to give it an aggressive look. It’s powered by a quad-turbo 3.5-liter, 60 valve, V12 engine — the same one that’s in the Bugatti EB110. It’s a hybrid, and with the gasoline engine, it’s able to reach 800 horsepower. Each vent, outlet and intake in its design has been specifically tailored to combine functionality with beauty.

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