Perhaps many of you don’t know that sports cars that come from Mexico are cars to respect. The car we have today is Mexican, but with an Italian soul. Inferno an exotic supercar, has an aggressive look, a 1,400-horsepower twin-turbo V8, and is crafted from an exclusive material called “metal foam.”
Inferno exotic supercar whose specs will leave you speechless!
This metal foam is an interesting detail of this car and actually is a combination of aluminum, zinc, and silver. The compound allows deformations to 1,000 times. As claimed by the manufacturer, the car after a collision remains undistorted, or in its original form! According to the company’s statement, the material can be stretched up to 100 times which makes it particularly suitable to absorb impact.
The production of super sports cars in Mexico is an unknown thing. The Inferno preceding models are Mastretta MXT, which are just as exotic and anonymous to the world as the Inferno, although they might be known to the true connoisseurs. The engine is a V8 with two turbochargers providing a power of 1400 hp, which is sufficient to accelerate from 0 to 62 mph under 3 seconds and reach a maximum speed of 245 mph.
The designer of this creation called Inferno is Antonio Ferrarioli, whose portfolio stands behind the design of certain parts of the famous Italian brand Lamborghini.
It’s a really interesting creation that comes from a country that you wouldn’t imagine that can make something like this. The production of Inferno should start in 2016.
Watch the Inferno video below: