Ermini takes Seiottosei concept for Geneva

Ermini takes Seiottosei concept for Geneva

The Ermini, Italian sports car maker unfamiliar, take a peculiar concept at the Geneva Motor Show, which takes place in March.

Called Seiottosei, the barchetta sport roadster model will feature an engine 2.0 turbo four-cylinder Renault (Renault F4RT RS), which will deliver 320 horsepower.

According to the manufacturer, the model is made of all aluminum and carbon fiber, making it weighs 1512 kg. This combination makes the vehicle has a theoretical maximum speed of 270 km / h (limited, according to Ermini) and acceleration 0-100 km / h in less than 3.5 seconds.

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