German tuner 9ff has revealed their latest edition of the GT9, which is based on the GT9 R, on the Essen Motor Show 2012 today. Following the orginal GT9, the GT9 R and GT9 Clubsport, the Porsche specialist from Papenburg released a new member of the GT9-family with a Bugatti Veyron Super Sport-beating top speed of 437km/h.
According to the spokesperson of 9ff, the top speed has not yet been confirmed. The ultimate high speed supercar is still under development. The German tuner hopes to finish the car early next year and perform a high performance run not earlier then February or March 2013.
The power source is a flat six 4.2 liter twin-turbo engine with a boost pressure of 2 bar, capable of producing 1,400hp at 7,950rpm and 1,160Nm at 5,600 rpm. The power is transfered to the rear wheels via a sequential six-speed gearbox with steering wheel-mounted shift paddles.
The main changes with respect to the previous model are a redesigned rear section of the carbon fiber body. The back and side windows are manufactured from makrolon, which is a high-tech polycarbonate. The GT9 Vmax has a curb weight of 1,340kg.
The new GT9 rolls on 9×19 wheels with 255/35 ZR19 tires at the front and 12.5×20 with 335/30 ZR20 Continental Vmax tires at the rear. The accelerates in 3.1 seconds to 100km/h, 6.8 seconds to 200km/h and 13 seconds to 300km/h.
The official price starts at €895,000 excluding VAT.