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Monday, July 23, 2018

ZeroUno, an Italdesign newest and rare supercar

Late, maybe this article can be said late to be published. But it's okay because maybe some of you including me also want to know more about this new and rare supercar figure.

At the Salon Privé Supercar Show, a leading luxury automotive exhibition in UK which took place between August 31 to September 2, 2017 at Blenheim Palace has been the host for the debut performance of a supercar named ZeroUno made by Italdesign. Reportedly, this supercar only produced as many as five units during the year 2017, so at this event may be the only moment for automotive lovers can see one of the rare supercars existed today.
All-new Italdesign ZeroUno supercar shown at 2018 Geneva Motor Show. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2uTTdgL)
The supercar is designed, developed and manufactured by Italdesign, a leading automotive design house which presently owned by Lamborghini. On the all-new ZeroUno supercar body and modular chassis are made of carbon fiber materials and supported by a V10 engine with capacity of 5.2 liter and coupled with a seven-speed dual-clutch gearbox.

The All-new ZeroUno supercar has a performance like a racing car that can drive to top speed of around 350 kph with an acceleration 0-100 kph in 3.2 seconds.
Left side view of All-new Italdesign ZeroUno supercar. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2uTTdgL)
From the beginning, the focus of this exciting supercar form is deliberately set up aerodynamically, and is also the technological peak of nearly 50 years of Italdesign history; where they have designed many supercars for some of the world's most exotic manufacturers including Bugatti, Lamborghini, Lancia Maserati and so on.
Rear view of All-new Italdesign ZeroUno supercar. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2uTTdgL)
On this supercar, Italdesign uses an innovative aerodynamic system for the car's nose section called Y Duct®, which directs all airflows through a central gap, and flows along a Y-shaped path and emerges from two holes mounted at bonnet, resulting in maximum driving force for the car while driving on the streets.
Automotive entrepreneur and car collector, the Belgian businessman first took chassis #0001 for a 100-kilometer drive around Italdesign’s headquarters. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2O5muxK)
As has been mentioned above, only five cars are made by Italdesign until the end of 2017 and the first owner of this supercar is given the privilege of choosing their car with different looks and to make it more unique. There are several optional packages offered by this leading supercar manufacturer, including full carbon and Corsa racing packages
And the first of examples of the V10-engined model with chassis number #0001 has been delivered to a Belgian automotive entrepreneur and car collector named Steven Lismont on October 2017. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | AUTOEVOLUTION]
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