• Veritas RS III in action

Vermot AG revealed today a video of the Veritas RS III. The Veritas RS III, the modern version of the first German Formula 1 racing car, leaves you in no doubt about its heritage thanks to its impressive design, perfect engineering and incomparable responses.

Veritas RS III in action
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The top version is powered by a BMW 5.0-liter V10 that delivers 600hp. This version makes the 0 to 60 mph sprint in 3.2 seconds and hits a top speed of 215 mph. The base version is powered by a BMW 5.0-liter V8 engine that delivers 480hp. The engine is mated by a manual transmission. It makes the 0 to 100 km/h (62 mph) in 3.6s and hits a top speed 204 mph.

Full specifications after the jump.

 Engine:  BMW 5,0l, V8, manual transmission (V10, automatic transmission)
 Displacement 4999 cm³
 Power: 480 PS (600 PS)
 V-max: 329 km/h (347 km/h)
 Acceleration (0-100 km/h): 3,6 s (3,2 s)
 L x B x H: 4990 x 1974 x 974 mm
 Weight: 1080 kg (1170 kg)
 Wheelbase: 2840 mm
 Chassis: Tubular framework
 Body: Carbon-Kevlar
 Differential: BMW with the option of various ratios and locks
 Suspension: Independent with Öhlins shock-absorber components
 Tyres / wheels: Brabham RS, 10,5 x 20 285/30-20, 12,5 x 20 335/25-20
 Brakes: TRW Racing, front: 6-piston, 380mm, rear: 4-piston, 355mm
 Exhaust: Stainless steel manifolds, metal sport catalysers, stainless exhaust system with flap control
 Interior appointments: Nappa leather bucket seats, harness belt

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  (520) posted on 07.10.2008

it looks funny, but i like it smiley

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