Ferrari or Lambo not fast enough for your speed appetite? Not enough carbon fiber on your car, but you want something smaller than the Koennigsegg CCXR and Zonda Cinque? Enter the Tramontana R Edition, a new supercar that features a Mercedes-sourced 5.5-liter twin-turbo’d V12 that pumps out 760 hp and 8100 lb-ft of torque.
The Tramontana Group claims the R version is capable of 0-100 (assuming this is kph, not mph – 60 mph) in 3.6 seconds and a 10.15 second run to 200 kph (160 mph). The vehicle features a ton of exposed carbon fiber, not only on the exterior, but also on the exterior.
The car weighs in at 2,777 pounds, 192 inches long, 82 inches wide, and 51 inches tall. The ride height can be adjusted between 85 and 135 mm thanks to the custom Ohlins suspension. The wheels are 20″ carbon fiber and magnesium (we’re assuming these are made by Dymag):
The car will be debuted at Top Marques Monaco in April, and will be extremely limited. There will only be 12 units per year made, and each comes with a price tag just under $500,000. To see more pictures, check out the Tramontana R and Tramontana R live revealing galleries over at Autoblog.
The Tramontana Group did a great 5 minute promo for their car, you can check it out here: