Shayton Equilibrium Supercar

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Rides

By the looks of the current supercar market you would never guess we were in the midst of a global recession. Not only do our favorite manufacturers continue producing new models, but newcomers like the Shayton Equilibrium are making their fair share of noise as well.

This incredible vehicle is equipped with a V12 engine paired with a sequential gearbox pumping out an astounding 1,099 horsepower. Thanks to the lightweight carbon chassis this beautiful sports car will dart to 60 miles per hour in a mere 2.9 seconds with a top speed of nearly 250 miles per hour. To ensure ample stopping power, Shayton outfitted the vehicle with a high end Brembo braking system. Don’t expect this car to come cheap though, with only 20 cars set to be produced expect to drop a cool $1.3 million.

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