If Farbio made cognac, this car would be its V.S.O.P. But Farbio makes cars in small batches, so this GTS S400 is instead a T.D.C (Track Day Car).

2009 Farbio GTS S400 Track Day Car
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Based on a supercharged version of the 350 GTS, the GTS 400 uses a 3.0-liter V6 engine to pump out 350 hp. The use of carbon fiber body means the Track Day Car weighs in at a light 2103 lbs. The combination of these two elements means each pony in this car only has to haul about six pounds.

2009 Farbio GTS S400 Track Day Car
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The car comes with intercooler and upgraded injectors, a fuel bag tank, carbon fiber body, uprated gearbox with limited slip differential, dry sump and low profile Toyo R888 tires. The car will be road legal unless the customer specifies otherwise. Like anything good, the GTS S400 Track Day Car will be rare: only 25 units are planned.

If this isn’t tempting enough, Farbio also has other racing engine options available that would upgrade the car to 450 hp. Making this the X.O. of Farbio GTS cars.

Press release after the jump.

Press release

Farbio Sports Car are delighted to announce, new for 2009, their lightweight Track Day Car, weighing in at a nimble 956kg with 350 bhp, giving a phenomenal 366 bhp/ton power to weight ratio!

This model is a limited edition of 25 cars and is based on the GTS350 Supercharged model with intercooler and upgraded injectors.

The car is sold as a base unit and has a list of options to customise the car, as it has been designed with a minimalist interior specification to maximise weight reduction.

The car retains its carbon fibre body and has the addition of a fuel bag tank, uprated gearbox with limited slip differential, dry sump and low profile Toyo R888 tyres.

The Track Day Car will be road legal unless it is built specifically for racing i.e. with the inclusion of the FIA approved roll cage.

Higher engine options are available for the serious racing enthusiast, with the potential of 450 bhp, giving a staggering power to weight ratio of 471 bhp/ton!

All cars are made to order to the individual’s specification.

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1 comments:

  (1) posted on 01.16.2009

Looks like a smaller and faster version of the VeilSide.

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