New Images of HBH’s Future Supercar Released
With all of the hubbub surrounding the Aston Martin V12 Zagato, it was only a matter of time before HBH released more information on their upcoming model. Teased only a couple of months ago with one gun shy rendering, the HBH supercar has now moved to the next phase in its design, as illustrated in these new sketches. HBH’s future supercar will be based on the V12 Vantage, as was the V12 Zagato, but will also feature design aspects from the One-77 supercar. New details suggest that the vehicle will be put into limited production starting 2012 and won’t be built as a one-off model as previously suggested.
HBH is a Danish coachbuilder - named after its owners Hermann, Brandt, and Hartvig - who designed the impressive Zenvo ST1 hypercar, an 1104 horsepower machine. Their newest project won’t tackle that horsepower feat again, but it will carry a V12 engine equipped with twin supercharger specially designed just for this model. The engine in standard form can be found in the V12 Vantage, but only delivering 510 HP. In the HBH supercar, this engine will be specially tweaked to deliver up to about 700 HP. Another difference will be in the placement of the engine; the V12 Vantage carries its engine in the front while the HBH model will be mounted in the middle.
Stay tuned for more details on HBH’s future supercar!