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Dutch Hansen GT-R supercar

 

Dutch Hansen GT-R supercar

Dutch Hansen GT-R supercar

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Dutch firm Hansen has released details for its new GT-R track car that’s set to be launched later in the year as well as news of a milder GT version designed for road use. The GT-R is a mid-engined two-seater featuring a semi-monocoque chassis constructed from aluminum, steel and composite materials to reduce weight, while maintaining high torsional stiffness.

Body panels are made from carbon and fiberglass, and with a window also made from plastic the entire vehicle weights in at just 1,100kg. The suspension system features independent front and rear double wishbones with anti-roll springs & dampers, and the brakes include six-piston aluminum alloy calipers up front and a four-piston set-up in the back.

Power comes from a 5.0L V10 developing exactly 500bhp and 500Nm of torque mated to a six-speed gearbox sending drive to the rear 18in wheels. Part of the design goal for the Hansen GT-R was to create a car with no electronic aids and with as little compromises as possible. The first prototype should be completed by the end of the year, and should be competing in its first circuit races by this time too.

Via: Autoblog.nl

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  1. It's amazing to me that these tiny companies can make money, what with the amount of R&D involved and the small number of sales.
     
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  2. It's a mix between an f430 and a gallardo.. Simply cheap!! Those Dutch could've done a lot better.
     
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