Monday, October 25, 2010

Vorax, Supercar From Brazil

Every state now seem to compete to create a super car. Once countries like Denmark and Mexico is now the country samba, Brazil is also not to be outdone and out supercar named Vorax.
The plan sports car released by Rossin-Bertin will be released at the auto show in Sao Paulo, Brazil soon and would promote the use of lighter materials.
The use of lightweight materials is the main attraction of Vorax. With a chassis made of aluminum and carbon fiber body, incarnates Vorax manjadi sports car with a very light weight.
Just imagine, Vorax chassis that support the body to be produced in Blumenau weighs only 220 kg only. "If made of steel, its weight would be three times heavier," said Production Manager Reginaldo Otsu Vorax quoted as saying by local newspaper A Tribuna, Monday (10/25/2010).
Aluminum components alone mastering Vorax body and reach the percentage to 60 percent of the 5,000 components in the body Vorax. For 20 inch wheel rim that supports Vorax example.
"We're working to make their weight between 6 and 9 kg, while the normal weight of 12 kg wheel for this size," said CEO Rossin-Bertin, Fharys Rossin, who also designed the car.
For business kitchen runway, a car that has a total weight of 1300 kg was carrying two choices of engine capacity of 5.0 liter V10 that is used on the cover version of the M5 and will generate power of 570 hp.
Meanwhile, those who want to feel the power that is more vicious, Rossin-Bertin also provides a machine that is equipped with two supercharger until the machine is also capable of spewing out power to 750 hp.
In virtual testing, Vorax accelerates from rest to 100 km per hour in just 3.8 seconds and has a topspeed up to 330 km per hour. While at variance with the supercharger would have a higher speed version of the 'ordinary' earlier.
For acceleration, it is powered car capable of driving 750 hp in 3.6 seconds to reach speeds of 100 km per 

hour with top speeds reaching 372 km per hour.
The plan of this car will begin production in late 2011 and early 2012 in limited amounts, ie between 500 and 1,000 units with estimated selling prices ranging from U.S. $ 700,000

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