Canadian company built a supercar with a 7.0-liter aspirated


The small Canadian company Felino, founded by former race car driver Antoine Bessett, will bring a seven-liter cB7R road supercar to the Toronto international auto show. The plans of the niche manufacturer are to build 10 copies of the coupe and sell them at a price of 360 thousand Canadian dollars, which is equivalent to 17.3 million rubles.

The two-door Felino cB7R has been traveling through exhibitions for several years. In 2019, the supercar was also exhibited at the Canadian motor show, and since then it has not visually changed. The coupe is based on a chassis with adjustable suspension on double wishbones, the outer panels are made of carbon fiber and other composite materials. The car is equipped with six- and four-piston brakes with 390- and 378-mm discs.

The base engine of the Felino cB7R is a 6.2-liter naturally aspirated V8 rated at 532 horsepower and 659 Nm of torque. With it, the coupe can accelerate to a hundred in 2.9 seconds and reach a maximum speed of 325 kilometers per hour.

With the optional engine capacity of 7.0 liters (710 forces, 786 Nm), the acceleration time to “hundreds” will remain the same, but the speed limiter will shift to 345 kilometers per hour. As a gearbox, you can choose a six-speed “mechanics” or “sequentalk”.

The Felino portfolio has an even more extreme version of the coupe called cB7 +. While the car exists only in the form of sketches, but its debut should take place before the end of the year. The supercar will be distinguished by an aggressive aerodynamic body kit, as well as a reduced mass and an accelerated engine.

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