The last time we saw the Razor GT-R by PPI it was 2009 and it only developed 580hp. We say "only" because the tuning firm responsible for that transformation, PPI Automotive, has gone back and improved the engine yet again. The new GTR-10 limited edition will only come in, you guessed it, a limited supply of 10 units with more power, style, and passion.
The Razor GTR-10 comes with a new front bumper, larger air inlets in connection with a new incorporated LED day-running unit, new sideskirts, and carbon fiber on the roof pillars and doors. There is also a special hollow, carbon fiber rear wing with an adjustable Gurney-flap, an engine lid made of carbon fiber, newly designed side blades, rear fenders, and a rear bumper. The exterior package is finished by 19" lightweight MAG11 Forged Aluminium PPI wheels.
Under the hood there is a normally aspirated V10 engine with over 601 hp at 7,400 rpm, and a maximum torque of 565 Nm at 6,400 rpm. No only has the engine been given an upgrade, but the car’s weight has been reduced by 250 kilos. These adjustments allow the Razor GTR-10 to sprint from 0 to 60 mph in 3.2 seconds (with modified R-tronic Gearbox) and a maximum top speed of 335 km/h (208 mph).