When unknown car brands start unveiling super cars at events such as the Top Marques Monaco, people take notice. When these same automakers unveil cars with questionable designs that leave more than one person with a bad taste in their mouth, then the pictures almost become viral. Tirritio Cars Italy have made their presence known at the 2011 Top Marques Monaco with an evolution of last year’s debut car, the Ayrton S. The new model is called the Ayrton R and will be a limited run vehicle, hand-built upon request for their exclusive clientele.
There aren’t many details on the super car as of yet, but the most important aspect has been revealed. The Ayrton R will be powered by the same BMW M5 sourced engine as the previous S version, delivering a total of 627 HP. This amount of power, mixed with the extensive use of carbon fiber, will sprint the 2,314 lbs supercar from 0 to 60 mph in just 3 seconds, while top speed will be over 205 mph. Killer specs, but a face only the creator could love.
Pricing for the Ayrton R has yet to be released, but expect nothing short of $500,000 when it is revealed.