N after the Aspid Super Sport, the Spaniards have the GT -21 Invictus ('the invincible') now projects a stronger and bigger athlete. While the Super Sport emulated the legendary Lotus Super Seven with its concept, the GT-21 only carries the front wheels relatively freely in the airstream.
In the Aspid Invictus, 450 hp meet 990 kg
The similarity between the two models is no coincidence, as both are based on the same lightweight chassis made of composite materials. In the bow of the 4.45 meter long, 1.90 meter wide and 1.23 meter high Aspid GT-21 Invictus, however, no four-cylinder is used, but a 4.4-liter naturally aspirated V8 engine from the BMW shelf. This brings it to 450 hp and provides a maximum torque of 440 Nm. A manual six-speed gearbox ensures the flow of power to the rear wheels. A seven-speed dual clutch transmission can also be installed as an option.
With a power-to-weight ratio of 2.2 kg /PS, the Aspid GT-21 Invictus should accelerate from zero to 100 km /h in under three seconds. The 200 km /h mark should drop after 10.6 seconds and the top speed is only reached at 305 km /h. The Invictus is decelerated with 400 millimeter brake discs all around.
Additional features of the 2 + 2 seat GT-21 include 19 inch rims at the front and 20 inchers on the rear axle. The adjustable ABS and ESP control systems as well as a driver airbag and a roll cage are also on board. In addition to 72 liters of fuel, the Aspid also holds up to 275 liters of luggage. Prices for the Aspid GT-21 Invictus, which will be handcrafted in small series from 2014, were not mentioned.