The success of the original prototype pushed the of the Catalan company to develop the final production model, unveiled at the 2006 Geneva Motor Show.
According to its creators, Tramontana supercar is an heir of Spain’s automotive laegacy, including Hispano Suiza and Pegaso.
The car will be custom-designed and built according to the personal requirements of each client.
“This is done first by conducting an ergonomical study of the measurements of the driver, then by using the materials of his or her choice and, finally, by differentiating each unit with an engraving of a poetic verse in the chassis of the car.”
|Depending on the customer’s rquirements, the insertions can be made of the finest materials: wood, stainless steel, gold, etc. The wood, for example, is treated with very ancient Japanese method, URUSHI (natural lacquer).|
The technical features include a central V12 bi-turbo engine that delivers more than 700 horsepower.
The body panels are made of carbon fibre and the underneath aluminium structure combines an indeformable central zone with eight other zones of shock absorption. According to the Costa Brava-based company, “these characteristics offer such a safety level that is comparable to a professional racing car.”
The cabin has two tandem-like seats, that give the driver and passenger a racing-like sensantion.
AD Tramontana technical data
- Length: 4850mm
- Width: 2080 mm
- Height: 1300 mm
- Weight: 1150 kg
- Engine: V12 5.5 litre, twin turbocharged
- Max Power: 720 hp
- Max Torque: 825 Nm
- Transmission: Rear wheel drive, traction control
- Gearbox: Six speed
- Brakes: 4 ventilated discs 355 mm with six pistons caliper
- Wheels: 18″ magnesium alloy
- Tyres: Front 285/35, Rear 335-30
- Suspension: 4 independent wheel, hydraulic dampers
- Max speed: +300 km/h
- Acceleration 0-100 km/h: -4 sec
- Weight to power ratio: 1.6 kg/hp
(Source: AD Tramontana)