2010 Sportec SPR1R

Sportec has just unveiled an improved version of their stunning SPR1 supercar. Called the SPR1R, the new version is a faster, lighter, and improved version of the Swiss built supercar. It is powered by a bi-turbo, 3.6-liter, 24-valve, flat six T80M engine that delivers a total of 858 HP. Combine this with a total weight of 1295 kilos (which makes it one of the lightest supercars on the market) and you will obtain a power to weight ratio of 655 bhp per ton.

The new Sportec SPR1R makes the 0 to 60 mph sprint in 3 seconds and top speed remains at 236 mph. The SPR1R also comes with a driver adjustable traction control system, managed via a touch screen mounted in the center console. This unit also doubles as a vehicle data logger and lap timer, which also allows owners to monitor key engine data in real time.

The package is finished by lightweight 20 inch forged alloy wheels, a carbon fiber rear wing, and leather/alcantara interior.

Press release after the jump.

Press release

Having stunned the motoring press and Salon Privé show goers last year with the UK premier of the SPR1, SPORTEC is set to debut a new, faster, lighter and improved version of the Swiss built supercar at this year’s event – the SPR1R.

Conceived, designed and constructed in Switzerland by SPORTEC’s technical team, the new version of the SPR1 offers unrivalled supercar performance and exclusivity, carrying over the 858PS bi-turbo, 3.6-litre, 24-valve, flat six T80M engine and permanent four wheel drive of the previous version.

Likewise the SPORTEC SPR1R’s specification includes the titanium connecting rods, a flat carbon fibre under floor, active suspension and F1 style ceramic brake discs of other SPR1 models, while the use of composite (carbon / Kevlar) body panels, forged alloy wheels, an integrated safety cage and ceramic brake discs allows the SPR1 to be lighter, safer and more dynamic than other cars in its class.

For 2010, the SPR1R boasts a number of detail improvements. Firstly, by concentrating on weight reduction across a variety of key components, SPORTEC’s technicians have managed to reduce the weight of the SPR1R by 50 kilograms, to a total of 1295 kilos.

This development makes the SPR1R one of the lightest supercars on the market (a Bugatti Veyron weighs 1990 kilos for comparison) and enhances the SPR1R’s power to weight ratio to a staggering 655 bhp per ton.

In addition, SPORTEC has added a driver adjustable traction control system, managed via a touch screen mounted in the centre console. This unit also doubles as a vehicle data logger and lap timer, which also allows owners to monitor key engine data in real time.

These combined improvements have yielded considerable performance benefits. While the 0-62mph (100kmh) time is unchanged at 3.0 seconds, the 300 kmh (186mph) increment arrives 0.9 seconds quicker than previously, highlighting the effectiveness of the changes. The quoted top speed of more than 236mph remains unaltered

Available in a choice of colours, the SPR1R boasts a number of exclusive SPORTEC styling and interior touches, including lightweight 20 inch forged alloy wheels, a carbon fibre rear wing and leather / alcantara interior.

Subtle, exclusive yet very useable and designed to deliver unrivalled performance, the 2010 SPR1R is designed to stay ahead of the supercar competition.

APS of Brackley is the UK concession for SPORTEC, and APS / SPORTEC is delighted that the 2010 SPR1R will be making its British debut at the prestigious Salon Privé show at London’s Hurlingham club, between 21st-23rd July.


4 comments:

A big NO! Don’t even dare to compare this to the Veyron.
Bugatti is million times better compare to this car. Veyron is a different class. You could even boost it up to 1000HP!

Just realized ultra high priced sports car just doesn’t excite me anymore =/
most people would agree... if you can dump a few billion on cars, the car will be fast.

I don’t know about you fedexmon, but the look of a car wouldn’t stop me for a heartbeat if it drove like it should.

This is just insane... The Bugatti needs 16 cylinders for 1001 HP and this car takes 80% of that out of 6. Not sure if this engine will have a long life...

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