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New road-going version of the 200mph Sin R1 supercar displayed for the first time, on sale in the spring

SIN R1 Autosport 2014 news

The new road-going Sin R1 supercar has been unveiled at the Autosport International show.

The R1 has been developed as a joint collaboration between Munich-based Sin Cars GmbH and British supplier ProFormance Metals. It’s powered by a Chevrolet-sourced 6.2-litre V8 engine that produces around 450bhp. Sin says the R1 has a top speed of 186mph, and can sprint from 0-60mph in less than five seconds.

The new road-going model features 19-inch wheels, performance brake discs and a Formula 1-style FIA-approved fuel tank. Like the track-only version, which was seen at the Autosport show last year and made its dynamic debut at the Goodwood Festival of Speed, the road-going R1 features lightweight materials like carbonfibre in its construction.

In final production form it’s likely that the R1 will utilise a tubular spaceframe chassis with a carbonfibre composite structure on top. Sin says the road car weighs in at some 240kg heavier than its track-only sibling, at 1200kg.

The R1 will be assembled in Germany and the UK, with Sin looking to purchase a new site in this country to house a purpose-built facility and test track.

CEO Rosen Daskalov told Autocar: “We will use lessons learned from the race car to inform what we do with the road car. Our idea is not to produce something like a hypercar, we want a car that is well balanced and that will feel good on the corners and at high speeds. This can only be done using race car technology.”

AUTOCAR.co.uk

 

 SIN R1 Autosport 2014 news

The new road-going Sin R1 supercar has been unveiled at the Autosport International show.

The R1 has been developed as a joint collaboration between Munich-based Sin Cars GmbH and British supplier ProFormance Metals. It’s powered by a Chevrolet-sourced 6.2-litre V8 engine that produces around 450bhp. Sin says the R1 has a top speed of 186mph, and can sprint from 0-60mph in less than five seconds.

The new road-going model features 19-inch wheels, performance brake discs and a Formula 1-style FIA-approved fuel tank. Like the track-only version, which was seen at the Autosport show last year and made its dynamic debut at the Goodwood Festival of Speed, the road-going R1 features lightweight materials like carbonfibre in its construction.

In final production form it’s likely that the R1 will utilise a tubular spaceframe chassis with a carbonfibre composite structure on top. Sin says the road car weighs in at some 240kg heavier than its track-only sibling, at 1200kg.

The R1 will be assembled in Germany and the UK, with Sin looking to purchase a new site in this country to house a purpose-built facility and test track.

CEO Rosen Daskalov told Autocar: “We will use lessons learned from the race car to inform what we do with the road car. Our idea is not to produce something like a hypercar, we want a car that is well balanced and that will feel good on the corners and at high speeds. This can only be done using race car technology.”

AUTOCAR.co.uk

 

 SIN R1 Autosport 2014 news

The new road-going Sin R1 supercar has been unveiled at the Autosport International show.

The R1 has been developed as a joint collaboration between Munich-based Sin Cars GmbH and British supplier ProFormance Metals. It’s powered by a Chevrolet-sourced 6.2-litre V8 engine that produces around 450bhp. Sin says the R1 has a top speed of 186mph, and can sprint from 0-60mph in less than five seconds.

The new road-going model features 19-inch wheels, performance brake discs and a Formula 1-style FIA-approved fuel tank. Like the track-only version, which was seen at the Autosport show last year and made its dynamic debut at the Goodwood Festival of Speed, the road-going R1 features lightweight materials like carbonfibre in its construction.

In final production form it’s likely that the R1 will utilise a tubular spaceframe chassis with a carbonfibre composite structure on top. Sin says the road car weighs in at some 240kg heavier than its track-only sibling, at 1200kg.

The R1 will be assembled in Germany and the UK, with Sin looking to purchase a new site in this country to house a purpose-built facility and test track.

CEO Rosen Daskalov told Autocar: “We will use lessons learned from the race car to inform what we do with the road car. Our idea is not to produce something like a hypercar, we want a car that is well balanced and that will feel good on the corners and at high speeds. This can only be done using race car technology.”

AUTOCAR.co.uk

 

 SIN R1 Autosport 2014 news

The new road-going Sin R1 supercar has been unveiled at the Autosport International show.

The R1 has been developed as a joint collaboration between Munich-based Sin Cars GmbH and British supplier ProFormance Metals. It’s powered by a Chevrolet-sourced 6.2-litre V8 engine that produces around 450bhp. Sin says the R1 has a top speed of 186mph, and can sprint from 0-60mph in less than five seconds.

The new road-going model features 19-inch wheels, performance brake discs and a Formula 1-style FIA-approved fuel tank. Like the track-only version, which was seen at the Autosport show last year and made its dynamic debut at the Goodwood Festival of Speed, the road-going R1 features lightweight materials like carbonfibre in its construction.

In final production form it’s likely that the R1 will utilise a tubular spaceframe chassis with a carbonfibre composite structure on top. Sin says the road car weighs in at some 240kg heavier than its track-only sibling, at 1200kg.

The R1 will be assembled in Germany and the UK, with Sin looking to purchase a new site in this country to house a purpose-built facility and test track.

CEO Rosen Daskalov told Autocar: “We will use lessons learned from the race car to inform what we do with the road car. Our idea is not to produce something like a hypercar, we want a car that is well balanced and that will feel good on the corners and at high speeds. This can only be done using race car technology.”

AUTOCAR.co.uk

 

 

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