We first caught wind of the Sin R1 supercar in 2013. Back then, it was still a track-only car and its maker, Sin Cars, was based in Munich, Germany. Since then the company has moved to Bulgaria, and the R1 has spawned a road-going version known as the R1 RS. The first example of the Sin R1 RS is now being shown to potential customers ahead of an official world debut at the 2015 Frankfurt Auto Show in September. Sin started out building race cars for private customers, usually as rolling chassis, but eventually decided to expand into the world of turnkey models. The company works closely with...
Corvette-Powered Sin R1 Supercar Makes Dynamic Debut At Goodwood
Before you file the Sin R1 as just another Corvette-powered supercar from some company you’ll probably never hear of again, take a moment and just factor in the car’s performance. Its maker claims the R1 is good for 0-60 mph in a Bugatti Veyron-rivaling time of just 2.5 seconds, and...Viknesh Vijayenthiran