Friday, May 28, 2010

F1-based Hulme CanAm supercar goes on sale


After four years of designing and development, New Zealand’s Hulme has finally launched its Supercar named the “CanAm” after 1967 F1 champion Denny Hulme. Produced in a limited edition of just 20 cars, the mid-engined roadster is intended to...

f1 inspired hulme canam supercar


After four years of designing and development, New Zealand’s Hulme has finally launched its Supercar named the “CanAm” after 1967 F1 champion Denny Hulme. Produced in a limited edition of just 20 cars, the mid-engined roadster is intended to run on both road and track. Presenting the rear wheel drive through a Quaife six-speed manual gearbox, the CanAm takes the braking system and safety aids from A.P. racing and Bosch respectively. Generating power from a LS7 V-8 engine, producing 600 horsepower and 443 pound-feet of torque, the Supercar is capable of accelerating from 0-62 mph in less than three seconds and can reach the top speed of above 200mph. Potential buyers needs to submit fully refundable £10,000 (about $14,400) to get their name on the order list.


f1 inspired hulme canam supercar

f1 inspired hulme canam supercar

f1 inspired hulme canam supercar


Via: Motorauthority




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