A.D. Tramontana XTR: preview renderings

Special Cars 6 Aug 2012
A.D. Tramontana XTR: preview renderings

Spanish A.D. Tramontana has released a set of preview renderings of the XTR, an extreme and futuristic sportscar powered by a 888 hp V12.


The XTR will be launched later this year with a planned production run of 12 units per year and a price of 420K Euros.

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The model will join the standard Tramontana R, which was first presented in 2006 and debuted in 2009, powered by a 720 hp Mercedes-Benz-derived V12 engine.

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Above: the 2009 A.D. Tramontana R

The preview renderings showcase an even more extreme design: while maintaining the central canopy, the XTR is characterized by a number of aerodynamics elements, including a massive rear wing and diffuser, and a new front end, with headlights integrated in closed, streamlined units.

(via: Autoblog.com)

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Comments

  1. RAL
    7/8/2012

    Ugly 4wheel-spaceship, toyish looking, no elegance… Anyway, as a remote control car looks great.

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