Rossin-Bertin Vorax

Details have been made clearer about a new Brazilian offering to the supercar market. The Rossin-Bertin Vorax will be powered by a BMW V10 Engine producing around 570bhp or with a supercharged option of around 750bhp. For the standard car, a 3.8 second 0-100km/h time and a 330km/h top end are possible whilst the supercharged option takes 3.6 seconds but will hit 370km/h.

The company expect to produce fifty units per year by 2012 and then gradually increase until it reaches 300 copies annually. The price will be set at around $ 700,000 (€ 500,000 at todays exchange rate). The project is backed by Natalino Bertin, Jr, and designed by Fharys Rossin, a former GM designer.

The prototype vehicle has been build as you’ll see from the pictures below, let us know what you think.

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  1. The first few thoughts that came to mind whenever I saw the picture of this vehicle (More or less.):
    This is disgusting.
    This is horrible.
    This is ugly.

    Uh huh, yeah, this is disgusting. I have yet to see anything attractive about this car.


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