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Gumpert Tornante

Gumpert Tornante

Gumpert Tornante

Gumpert Tornante

Gumpert Tornante

Gumpert Tornante

Gumpert Tornante

Gumpert Tornante

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Year 2011
Engine 4.2 litre V8 twin-turbo
Transmission 6-speed, paddle shift, RWD
Max speed 186 + mph
0-60 mph -
Horsepower 700 hp @ 6,500 rpm
weight approx 1350 kgs / 2976 lbs

At the 2011 Geneva Motor Show the German supercar company Gumpert unveiled their second model, a two-seat GT car called the Gumpert Tornante.

Since 2005 Gumpert have been making the Apollo, a giant-slaying supercar which eschews glamor and glitz for breathtaking performance and track success.

One of the biggest 'complaints' concerning the Gumpert Apollo is the fact it's not the most comfortable or relaxing supercar to drive. In fact it's a bit of a handful. Therefore for Gumpert's second model they've decided to do a more luxurious GT car.

The other area in which the Apollo has come in for criticism is the styling. The euphemism would be to call it 'controversial'. To prevent the same styling issues from affecting the new car, it is being designed by the Italians at Carrozzeria Touring Superleggera in Milan.

Carrozzeria Touring Superleggera's previous works include the Maserati GranSport Coupe-based A8GCS.

The Gumpert Tornante is powered by a 700 horsepower mid-mounted 4.2 litre twin-turbo V8 engine cradled within a lightweight spaceframe chassis constructed from chrome-molybdenum steel. The Tornante features the original Superleggera (superlight) construction principle and also features a carbon fiber monocoque and composite body panels.


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