Gillet Automobiles has unveiled the new Vertigo .5 Spirit sports car. The new model is described by the company "pleasure of driving sensations in a work of art object." And judging by the look of the car we have to admit, the car looks quite impressive.
Built on a carbon-fiber chassis the car weight only 950 kilos. Under the hood there is a Maserati sourced 4,2 liter V8 engine that delivers an impressive 420hp. The engine is mated to a 6-speed Sequential gearbox. However, Gillet did not revealed any performance numbers just yet. But stay tuned! The car sits on 19" wheels.
The new Vertigo .5 Spirit is a 100% customizable car. Upon command, each element is discussed, studied with the client and then decided. This will help you create the Vertigo you like, in both colors and interior treatments. Gillet did not announced the price for their new model, but they did promised it will be "the most accessible of Supercars."
Specifications after the jump.
The first Vertigo prototype, achieved during 1991, was unveiled at the 71st Brussels Auto Show in January 1992. Two years followed in which the car was finalised for production and went through the difficult process of European certification while touring great auto shows (Paris ’93, Geneva ’93).