The Arash AF-10 supercar will be priced at £320,000 ($533,998 USD / €356,565) when it goes on sale next year.
The car will initially be fitted with a 7.0-litre V8 engine found in the Corvette Z06, tuned to 550bhp, although a more extreme incarnation is planned with a bespoke 1200bhp 7.2-litre V8.
As you may recall, the AF-10 features a carbon fiber body shell (built by EPM Technology), a light 1260 kg (2777 lbs) weight, and chassis tuning by Loris Bicocchi (who also worked on the Bugatti Veyron). Other goodies include 19-inch wheels and a cabin with leather upholstery and a GPS navigation system.
While that's all fine and good, Arash has also revealed they are working on a high performance model with a top speed in excess of 250 mph. Based on the AF-10, but said to look completely different, the unnamed model will be powered by a twin-supercharged 7.2-liter V8 engine with titanium connector rods and forged pistons. Expected to boast 1200 bhp and 900 to 1000 lb-ft of torque, the car will likely become one of the fastest production vehicles in the world.
Under the hood, the car is outfitted with the 550 bhp 7.0-liter V8 engine from the Corvette Z06. Connected to a six-speed Graziano transmission (or the optional six-speed sequential gearbox from Zonda F), the AF-10 is expected to hit a top speed of 220 mph.