It’s been a long time coming, but Arash Cars has finally released the full specs for the Arash AF-10. The supercar is now available in its final version and customers can place their orders as of now. The AF-10’s prices will range from 360,000 euros for the base model all the way up to an astronomical 1,600,000 euros for the top model (that’s around $2million at the current exchange rates). Feel like living the dream? Check out Arash Cars website to configure your very own AF-10.

Under the deck lid, the AF-10 is powered by a mid mounted 7.0 Liter LS7 sourced from a Corvette ZR-1 mounted to a six speed manual Graziano GT-ME1 gearbox. This engine is tuned to deliver a maximum output of 550 HP and 475 lb-ft of torque. The Arash AF-10 comes straight from the factory hitting a top speed of 205 MPH, however for those of you who crave more than the standard 550 HP offering, the British super car builder will also prepare an 800 HP and 1200 HP version. In order to satisfy the needs of super car enthusiasts who can’t afford the full size version, Arash is also preparing an AF-8 model.


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  (331) posted on 10.7.2010

I reckon just Enzo and Evora.. with some crass lines in between and a dark color to cover it up.. For that money Sirs, I want a unique looking car.

  (765) posted on 10.5.2010

Instead of constantly going with the LS7 these companies should go for Fords new 5.4l in the GT500. If it really is more efficient than the Ford GT’s engine it should get over 1200 rwhp like its nothing. There are more 1000 hp twin turbo Ford GT’s than you can shake a stick at including the 1900 rwhp beast that did 266 mph in a mile on 41 pounds of boost.

  (830) posted on 09.20.2010

Also, wanna know why manufacturers use GM LS-Series engines in their high performance cars? Because they are compact V8s. The 5.4, in both aluminum and iron, are giant engines and require a LOT of fab work in order for the engine to fit properly without it obstructing your view in the rear view mirror.

  (780) posted on 09.15.2010

If I remember correctly I recall reading once that Arash Farboud started making cars because Ferrari refused to sell the man an Enzo, if I am remembering correctly looks like her has decided to build his own.

  (504) posted on 08.22.2010

This car’s on par with F430 Spyder including their 1200hp powereed engine

  (6021) posted on 08.20.2010

what a cool car!

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