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Arash to Introduce New Supercar Next Month

It’s been a while since Arash Cars made headlines and we certainly missed it a lot.

Lately, however, Arash Farboud — the company’s founder — has been making noise about a new supercar that it plans to reveal in the not-so-distant future. Turns out, that time is upon us.

A new teaser with "28.02.2014" on it is making its rounds lately and we don’t need to be rocket scientists to figure out that it’s the date that Arash plans to officially unveil its new pride and joy. The vehicle, which remains nameless, has been in the pipeline for years now and amidst all those delays, we’re finally going to get a close look at it in a month’s time.

We see teasers all the time in this business, but this one has us legitimately excited, especially when Arash throws out proclamations of it being a worthy rival to the Lamborghini Huracan .

There was also another teaser photo, which shows a close-up look of the carbon-fiber steering wheel, which was released together with the "save the date variety." While this one doesn’t dive into specifics of what we can expect, we can at least look forward to knowing that Arash didn’t shortchange this new supercar.

It may have taken a while to finish, but we’re confident that the wait is going to be well worth it.

Click past the jump to read about one of Arash’s previous supercars, the AF-10

Source: Arash Cars

2010 Arash AF10

Farboud Arash AF10

A few years ago, we got a taste of what Arash could do with the AF10 supercar. It was elegant, stylish, and fast. These are the words that best described the Arash AF10, a British supercar that’s the brainchild of Arash Farboud.

The AF-10 was built exclusively with carbon construction and aluminum honeycomb to give the car’s chassis more strength and rigidity. The British supercar is powered by a 7.0-liter, Corvette Z06-sourced engine, which produces 550 horsepower and 475 pound-feet of torque with a top speed of 205 mph.

With Arash scheduled to unveil its new bad boy in a month’s time, expectations are high that the Arash Farboud has a worthy successor to the AF-10 in its hands.


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