The a. d Tramontana concept was an preview of an extreme
sports car developed on the Costa Brava, in Spain.
The a. d Tramontana concept is a blend of new and old
technology and style. First displayed at the 2005 Geneva
International Motor Show, only 12 Tramontana production
cars are destined to be built each year. Making it the
reserve of the wealthy enthusiast, especially with a price
tag in the region of $660,000.
The exterior styling is based on fighter
The striking shape of the a. d Tramontana is influenced
by fighter aircraft, this has resulted in the tandem seating
configuration and the two large air inlets either side
of the cabin.
Each Tramontana is handmade from some of the most expensive
and lightweight materials including carbon
fibre, aircraft grade aluminium, stainless steel,
gold, and wood treated with an ancient Japanese lacquer.
Buyers of an a. d Tramontana will have the luxury of customising
the car to their tastes, as well as being measured to
fit their car perfectly.
Despite its diminutive size the a. d Tramontana's occupant
are well protected should there be an accident, this is
thanks to a non-deformable passenger area with eight impact-absorbing
areas. All this gives protection similar to a professional
Power for the a. d. Tramontana concept comes from a rear
mounted V12 engine developing over 500 horsepower.
Similar and related vehicles:
- Ford Indigo (concept)