Concept Cars > Triango Revelation
The Triango Revelation was concept car developed in Hungary. The preliminary design phase of the Revelation began in 2008, when designer Tamas Jakus 'Jakusa' started sketching out his vision for a radical super car which would be built by a different Hungarian company with the slightly confusing name of Urban Motorsport England.
The 'Triango' part of the Revalation's name is derived from the word triangle, as the car's lines are punctuated by a series of triangular shapes and surfaces. Jakusa has done a good job of making sure the car doesn't have a dull generic supercar appearance, or styling which is copied from another manufacturer. The Triango Revelation's styling is bold and futuristic, while also being within the realms of possibility for a small volume manufacturer.
The Triango Revelation prototype is currently being fitted with a 1,000 horsepower V8 twin-turbo engine from Holeshot Racing. And although Triango haven't released the details, the transmission is said to be a custom-built unit with sequential gear change which sends all the power to the rear wheels. Because the Triango Revelation prototype is still under construction, there aren't any performance figures yet.
The interior of the Triango Revelation carries over the triangular theme of the exterior. It's a stylish blend of clean silver trim and walnut-colored leather. Although I'm sure if you ask nicely they'll upholster it in any color you want!
The company originally only intended to produce 12 examples. Although it's unclear if in the end any have made it out onto the streets.