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Tuesday, December 15, 2015

The new Mexican Inferno Supercar

When you see the shape of this car, it has been proven now not only the Italian or European are able to make a super car. As reported by GT Spirit, there's a supercar project is led by Mexican engineers but built by Italian specialists.
Inferno is a 1,400 hp new Mexican supercar. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1HOJFHI)
A new supercar called 'Inferno' that the production is apparently scheduled to begin in 2016, although it isn’t clear whether there is a running concept yet.

The supercar design was done by an Italian designer named Antonio Ferraioli who was known as one of the designers involved in the designing process of a number of Lamborghini concept cars in recent years.

The design is also pretty extreme with plenty of cut out aerodynamic parts, a large rear spoiler and five rear exhausts. The matt grey and blood red colouring matches the car’s name.
Left side view of Inferno exotic supercar. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1HOJFHI)
Inferno using a material mixture of zinc, aluminum, and silver are known as metal foam for its bodyworks. It has been billed as stretchable metal, allegedly able to stretch to 100 times its original size in order to absorb impacts.
Rear side view of Inferno exotic supercar. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1HOJFHI)
Apparently the company behind the project owns a patent to the material. As a result the weight becomes light enough, knowing the density of the metal foam is claimed only 4,300 kg/m3 while the density of steel is 7,600 km/m3.

The new Mexican supercar be carrying a V8 engine that is claimed to be capable of producing up to 1,400 hp. By those power numbers, the Inferno could sprints from zero to 100 kph in less 3 seconds and reachs a top speed of 395 kph. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | GT SPIRIT]
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