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2013 Tramontana XTR

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  • Tramontana XTR
  • Year:
    2013
  • Make:
  • Model:
  • Engine:
    V12
  • Transmission:
    ultra-rapid competition gearbox
  • Horsepower @ RPM:
    888
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  • body style:

The Tramontana R won’t exactly win any beauty contests, but what it lacks in overall physical appeal, it more than makes up for in power. It pushes out 720 HP from its V12 engine, bringing the supercar to a top speed of 201 mph, and now it has a little brother that exceeds even those expectations. Tramontana has announced the development of a new supercar that will deliver no less than 888 HP.

The first details revealed by the Spanish company suggest that this new supercar will be called the XTR (Xtreme sensations) and will feature radical chassis modifications and will clearly be oriented towards pure performance. That performance will come out of the same V12 engine found in its older sibling, but tweaked to pump out a total of 888 HP with the use of a new, ultra-rapid competition gearbox. Tramontana will also be offering additional aerodynamic elements to optimize the vehicle’s performance at high speeds.

Expect to see the new Tramontana XTR launched by the end of 2012, but get those speedy hands and checkbooks ready, only 12 units will be built a year and each will set you back $514,000.

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Easter Special: Easter Eggs of the Car World

Easter Special: Easter Eggs of the Car World

Have you found where these cars are hiding?

In a world that has more supercars and sports cars than you can keep track of, it’s pretty easy for those that don’t go mainstream to get lost. It’s sad when you think about it. Over the years, there have been some interesting concept and production cars that never got the attention they deserved. Take the Tushek Renovatio T500, for instance. Have you ever heard of it? I’m guessing you probably haven’t, but it was a remarkably beautiful car with distinct styling that should have made it a favorite among collectors.

These days, we’re blessed with every supercar manufacturer dropping a new model on a regular basis. In fact, we’re spoiled, when you think about it. And like any group of spoiled children, as soon as we get what we want, we immediately start asking for more. It’s not that the supercars we all know and love, like the Koenigsegg One:1, Bugatti Chiron, or the Pagani Huayra BC aren’t special, because they certainly are. They’re just well known, and even if you haven’t seen one in person, you’ve seen one on TV or Youtube.

So, in light of Easter this year, we’ve decided to look back at a few cars that are very much “Easter eggs” of the automotive world, and that’s if you can even find them at all. I’m talking about cars like the aforementioned Tushek Renovatio T500, or the Tramontana XTR. Some of these car’s never made it into production, while others were produced and fizzled away into automotive history. Either way, let’s take a look at a few of my favorites.

Continue reading to discover a few automotive Easter eggs.

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2013 Tramontana XTR

2013 Tramontana XTR

The Tramontana R won’t exactly win any beauty contests, but what it lacks in overall physical appeal, it more than makes up for in power. It pushes out 720 HP from its V12 engine, bringing the supercar to a top speed of 201 mph, and now it has a little brother that exceeds even those expectations. Tramontana has announced the development of a new supercar that will deliver no less than 888 HP.

The first details revealed by the Spanish company suggest that this new supercar will be called the XTR (Xtreme sensations) and will feature radical chassis modifications and will clearly be oriented towards pure performance. That performance will come out of the same V12 engine found in its older sibling, but tweaked to pump out a total of 888 HP with the use of a new, ultra-rapid competition gearbox. Tramontana will also be offering additional aerodynamic elements to optimize the vehicle’s performance at high speeds.

Expect to see the new Tramontana XTR launched by the end of 2012, but get those speedy hands and checkbooks ready, only 12 units will be built a year and each will set you back $514,000.

Read more