Aspira F620 caught undisguised
In a world that’s long had its fair share of supercars prowling around our roads and highways, there aren’t a lot that have been shrouded in mystery quite like the Aspira F620.
Of course, given the rather infinitesimal size of the company relative to its super car brethren, the UK-based niche supercar brand doesn’t have the clout that the more established brands have. So when word spreads that the company is on the cusp of releasing a new car, not a lot of people find out about it.
But fortunately, our friends over at Pistonheads know one when they see one, and they did see one - an in-the-flesh F620 taking in a couple of test runs at the Leighton Buzzard IVA centre. Rumors surrounding the F620 have long been floating around but not a lot of people have been fortunate enough to lay their eyes on one.
We did know that the F620 carried with an LS376 GM V8 engine, which, if you’re curious to know, is a ramped-up version of a 6.2-litre LS3 V8. With that much power sitting under the hood, the F620 is rumoured to have over 500 horsepower, ready to churn out a top speed of over 200 mph.
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The goal for Aspira is to sell at least 10 F620’s every year with each car being priced at around £110,000. It’s a pretty modest amount, especially for something that’s classified as a supercar.
But despite the name attached to it, the Aspira is still nowhere near the league of a McLaren or a Ferrari. Then again, for a company that’s barely recognizable outside the UK, we probably shouldn’t expect a whole lot out of it.