M-Zero Supercar, India’s First Supercar that is Ready to Compete with Ferrari
Indian automotive companies, Mean Motor Company, demonstrated ability to build a supercar. The car, named the M-Zero will be the first supercar made in India and will compete with other brands such as Ferrari and Lamborghini.
The Mean Motor Company released the details of M-Zero specification. This car will be equipped with various features and advanced technologies such as the widely used by European-made cars. One of them is a fingerprint sensor to start the engine and set the driver profile.
This car is designed with a highly aerodynamic body and is made of a material that is lightweight and inexpensive. The material was named Carbo-Flex. M-Zero Supercar was designed using the model of a mid-engine car where the engine is located somewhat in the middle. This is to ensure stability when the car is driven at high speed.
The Source of power comes from a V8 twin-turbo petrol engine with a capacity of 4,000 cc is capable of spraying power of 500 PS (368 kW) and maximum torque of 700 NM (517 lb-ft). The machine will be powered by electric motors powered 250 ps (184 kW) and maximum torque of 270 NM.
Acceleration from 0-100 kilometers per hour can be achieved in less than 3 seconds and a top speed reaches 320 km / h. M-Zero is scheduled to debut premiered at the Paris Motor Show 2016. The M-Zero Supercar will be sold a few years later with an estimated price of USD 125,000 – USD 150,000.
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