Developed by Mexican engineers and built by Italian specialists, the Inferno is yet another ravishing vehicle that wants to take over the supercar world. Its design is totally unique and you either love it or you don’t, as the Inferno shows off some of the most aggressive lines we’ve ever seen, with creases, hard cuts, as well as a double-strip on the rear acting as the car’s taillights.
What else could you expect from the same designer who penned down the Lamborghini Veneno, Aventador SV, Gallardo Super Trofeo and Reventon Roadster?
The new Mexican supercar also boasts a large rear wing, a five-tailpipe exhaust system and five-spoke alloys courtesy of ADV.1. With an exterior covered by a striking silver-red two-tone color, with black accents, this ride will definitely grab anyone’s attention.
Constructed using a zinc-aluminum-silver alloy, known as “metal foam”, the Inferno is light as well as safe, being able to absorb strong impacts, but the bonnet is where the most interesting bit can be found. This supercar is powered by a V8 bi-turbo engine, developing 1,400 hp and 670 lb-ft (908 Nm) of torque.
This translates into 0 to 100 km/h (62 mph) in less than 3 seconds and a top speed of 395 km/h (245 mph). Other than that, there are no details to talk about, but rest assured they will arrive shortly. We’re not sure if this is a concept or a production-ready vehicle, although rumors hint at the Inferno Exotic Car arriving sometime around early 2016.