Amoritz GT DR7

Brazil is known for many things, such as their beautiful beaches in Rio, but cars aren’t typically one of Brazil’s most talked about topics. That being said, it would be a shame for the world to go without knowing of Brazil’s latest auto genius. The Amoritz GT DR7 is a new supercar that will make its world debut in October of this year. The car was designed by Fernando Morita and will be built with the help of an entrepreneur who does not want to be revealed. It will be limited to only 50 units which is not surprising considering the powerful, furturistic look this car has.

The Amoritz GT DR7 will not only look powerful, but it will be powerful. It will be run by an 8.4-liter twin turbocharged V10 engine developing 612 hp and will be capable of running on ethanol. The car will feature a central driving position like the McLaren F1 leading to an easy transition to other countries.

More details and prices will be announced at a later date.

Source: Carplace

5 comments:

Brazil has many undeveloped or unheard products due to lack of international advertizing. Ethanol is just one example of what Brazil can produce. You can find Ethanol easily on any Brazilian gas station, it has been on the market for while already and it has been a great alternative on the pump, while gas spikes up R$2.60($1.44) per litter, Ethanol only cost R$ 1.20($.67) per litter. Calculation dollar is worth $1.80 of Real a gallon 3.78 litter, 2.60/1.80=$1.44 *3.78=5.44 dollars per gallons all day everyday, Ethanol .67*3.78=$2.53. The down side of it is .7 higher on smog comparing to gasoline

Wow, that’s nice to hear that even Brazil tries to create a name in Auto industry. There’s a lot of question on my mind right now. Like, do they make their engine or try to import on other country? Or just in case it’s already out in the market do they think this one will sell? Curious here..

Sorry for my ignorance but this is my first time to hear the name Amorotz but well thanks for the information. Is this sport car still a concept or already on production?

A supercar that runs on ethanol is not such a bad idea. I wonder about the availability of ethanol in gas pumping stations in Brazil is though. Are they scarce or do gas stations have them. Anyhow, it would be really interesting to see this car as it does sound really new to me.

Well if this will be the looks of the DR-7, all I can say its "Amazing and Impressive design"

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