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Sunday, July 22, 2018

There are great ambition behind the creation of Corbellati Missile hypercar

Attempts to achieve the world's fastest supercar title is likely only can be achieved by automotive manufacturers with big names that have long history and get used to be dealing with high car performance. However, an Italian startup company named Corbellati has enough courage to claim that their latest supercar will beat all the fastest hypercar's records that existed today.
At a glance the body form of Corbellati Missile looks like a mix between Alfa Romeo 33 Stradale and Ferrari 330 P4.. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2mtStuZ)
By carrying their newest supercar called Corbellati Missile that has been launched to the public for the first time at the Geneva Motor Show 2018 held on March ago. The company claims that the car is capable to be drives to maximum speed of 500 km/h, the performance is possible because the car is powered by a V8 engine with capacity of 9 liters that can generate power up to 1,800 hp and 2,350 Nm of torque.
Corbellati Missile has been launched at 2018 Geneva Motor Show. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2mtStuZ)
On the paper, this supercar specification does make many people shake their heads. However in terms of appearance, the car spelled out less sporty than similar vehicles. Look at the body that carries the classic style, very similar to Alfa Romeo 33 Stradale and Ferrari 330 P4 that merged into one car.

And almost every component is made out of carbon fiber with the coating is so smooth that there is no indentation to give a fierce impression. At last for its feet, the supercar without rearview uses four dark rims sized of 20 inches with 265/35 tires in front, and 345/35 for the rear.
Right side view of Corbellati Missile. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2mtStuZ)
The fastest record of road-legal car used on the streets today is Koenigsegg Agera RS with a speed of 447 km/h. Then we ever heard that the Hennesey Venom F5 plans to break those record at 484 km/h although it has not been done until now.
Rear view of Corbellati Missile. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2mtStuZ)
Corbellati itself is an Italian family company that for 70 years known as creators of jewels, artists, art enthusiasts. However, in the current generation it seem their passion turn over to the sports cars creation.
So, is it possible that these startup company beats giants that have stood for decades in this industry? We will soon see the proof later.. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | CORBELLATI | MOTOR1 | DESIGNBOOM]
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