1995 Lotec C1000

One of the fastest car in the world, with a top speed of 252 mph, the Lotec C1000 was created to be the fastest individually owned car in the world by an United Arab Emigrates citizen. The car is unique in the world, priced at more than two million dollars, that also makes it the most expensive car in the world.

Lotec C1000

The C1000 is powered by a 5547 cc twin turbo V8 engine developed by Mercedes. Lotec car developers built its magnificent and unique design. The C stands for for the carbon fiber (race car), and the number 1000 stands for 1000 horsepower.

Design and engineering cost over $1,000,000 and actual construction cost was over 1,200,000, the result is that the total production cost was over $2,200,000.

Lotec C1000

The V8 engine has an output of 1000 horsepower at 6200 rpm and features a Hewkand 5 speed racing transmission and 4 ram AP IMSA racing brakes. The car is entirely made of carbon fiber and Aerospace material frame. It runs on premium unleaded gas or aircraft fuel. It has a top speed of 252 mph and makes the 0 to 60 mph sprint in 3.2 seconds.

Yes, the C1000 is a very magnificent car, which can be proved by its exceptional status.


2 comments:

Yeah.. Nice car. It looks exotic but some kind of bloated in both sides. By the way, I doubt if it is really one of the fastest cars in the world. There are lots of cars that deliver 1000+ HP. Furthermore, the car is very expensive having a price tag of $2,000,000.

nice car !!!!

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