Upstart Spanish automotive manufacturer Aspid – previously responsible for the controversially-styled IFR Automotive Aspid (Later renamed the Aspid Super Sport) – have just unveiled their latest creation. The Aspid GT-21 Invictus is an impressive and purposeful looking piece of machinery powered by a 4.4 litre BMW-sourced V8 engine producing 450 horsepower. It’s radically different from the company’s first offering, being significantly larger, better looking and more powerful.
The Aspid GT-21 Invictus can reach 62 mph (100 km/h) in under 3 seconds, and continue on to a 187 mph top speed. Aspid Cars say the GT-21 Invictus benefits from efficient aerodynamics which benefit high speed stability and performance. The dimensions are: 4.447mm long, 1,883mm wide and a height of 1,226mm. The Invictus is aimed squarely at the premium sports car market and production will be limited to 250 a year to retain its exclusivity.
Says Fernández: “Each car will be custom made and hand built in its own production bay. There is no production line as such. Each client can choose more than 100 different options, and most customers will want to visit the factory during the build of their personalised car.”
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