Video Autocar Drives Tushek Renovatio T500

Matt Prior from Autocar drove the first Slovenian supercar, the Tushek Renovatio T500 at a local airfield in Slovenia. He asks himself the question if the Renovatio fits in with the supercars.

The bodywork of the Renovatio T500 by Tushek appears to be based on the lightweight kit car K1 Attack Roadster. The body features scissor doors, a removable hardtop, and a noticeable rear wing. Due to the extensive use of carbon fiber and carbon composites, the car has a curb weight of 1,133kg.

The Tushek Renovatio T500 is powered by 4.2 liter V8 engine which is derived from the Audi RS4. With an output of 450 horsepower and 428Nm of torque, the Slovenian supercar is able to sprint from standstill to 100km/h in 3.7 seconds, and the 200km/h reached within 11.5 seconds. Tushek claims a top speed for the Renovatio T500 in excess of 310km/h

6 COMMENTS

  1. And yet another of the former Soviet Block pretentious phonies pretending to be a supercar makes the headlines . Just how many of these pieces of Dreck do we need to see before everyone including the press/pundits realize they’re all non-starters right out of the gate .

    Next up no doubt ? A raft of Chinese and Indian pretentious supercar manufacture phonies rising their grifter noses up above the muck and mire

  2. It’s a very good looking car ! I doesn’t expect that engine can fit into it , because the base , the K-1 Attack , only fit Ford V6 or Honda L4 .

  3. Soviet block??
    Youre probably a yank right? Please educate yourself before u start writing BS
    On topic
    This project will fail miserably
    300k for a kitcar with an audi engine
    b..c please

  4. The body features scissor doors, a removable hardtop, and a noticeable rear wing. features of a dream car. very light and powerful in its segment . a dream car not for everyones pocket a car with mind

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