Aspid GT-21 Invictus unveiled

The IFR Aspid GT-21 Invictus has been unveiled, and is fully-planned to go into production

The first renderings of the GT-21 Invictus, a new 187mph supercar from Spanish manufacturer Aspid, have been released - showing the semi-open wheel layout of the extreme new supercar.

Powered by a front-mounted 450bhp BMW V8, the GT-21 Invictus has a claimed sub-3.0 second 0-62mph time, thanks to extensive use of aerospace-grade aluminium and composites to keep weight down to 990kg. The platform on which the car is built weighs just 80kg.

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This is the second production car to emerge from the Spanish company, and like the previous Aspid Super Sport, will feature a twin brake disc system and screen on the steering wheel for the on-board computer.

Aspid are expecting to produce no more than 250 of these per year, and will be tailored to the specific needs of the driver.

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