The British firm Without Cars officially reveals its first supercar street Sin R1 rear-drive beast with 525 hp and a low weight. Without Cars is mainly known in the world of racing. The British brand is now launching the R1 lightweight supercar street with opening scissor doors and motor home 6.2 liter Chevrolet V8 that develops 525 hp. All this to the rear axle via a six-speed manual gearbox (in the future will have sequential shift) to accelerate from 0-100 km / h in just 3.5 seconds and reach 273 km / h.
Part of the secret of such benefits is in its construction: tubular chassis FIA homologated with carbon composite body which make you declare a weight of 1100 kg. To all this we must add the 19-inch wheels alloy sports brakes adjustable suspensions in two positions fuel tank-style F1 sports exhaust system electronically drop-down rear spoiler and already inside finished carbon fiber Recaro sport seats and racing harnesses.
Besides bringing its racing experience to their road car the British firm Without Cars also seeks certain level of comfort for your future customers. To do this interior the R1 it has elements of equipment like air conditioning dashboard and center console with customizable buttons multifunction steering wheel type and iPad 7 inch screen with Android system. And all this and with its 525 hp with a level of fuel consumption more than worth: about 9.8 liters per 100 km.
Sin R1 is manufactured in the UK in collaboration with the British supplier 'ProFormance Metals'. Of its assembly plant plan to produce 120 units each year to a starting price of 72000 pounds about 101400 euros. Before his arrival in the road the R1 will continue its tour of presentations by various European points to finish as 'closing party' in the Frankfurt Motor Show in September.