German automaker Gumpert Sportwagenmanufaktur (yes, that’s how you spell it) will be displaying the new Apollo Sport supercar at next month’s Geneva Motor Show. Following the strong response received for its original Apollo model at last year’s Geneva Show, Gumpert has come out with all guns blazing to trump its previous effort.

The new Apollo Sport features a tubular space frame of chrome-molybdenum steel with an integrated safety monocoque structure fabricated in carbon-fiber. The huge air intakes on the roof and side panels feed cold air to the twin-turbo mid-engine powerplant that's based on an Audi sourced 4.2L V8. Final output is a massive 800hp, and with only 1200kgs to lug around, the Apollo Sport can reach 100km/h from rest in only 3 seconds. Top speed is a claimed 360km/h.

The Sport edition is differentiated to the standard Apollo thanks to the addition of a full racing aero package with a huge GT wing and lower front spoilers, while the interior gets comfort mod-cons not usually found in such vehicles. The list includes Alcantara trim, air-conditioning, a CD player and sat-nav, and even a reversing camera as standard. The list price for the Apollo Sport is €299,500 plus taxes.