Spartan Motor V

Basically what you’re looking at here is something Gerard Butler would drive in. Known as the V, the vehicle pictured here is a new track car built by Spartan Motor Company.

To be a total track monster, the V features carbon fiber bodywork, a tubular space-frame chassis, and a fully-adjustable double wishbone suspension. Power comes from a 1998cc Ducati V-Twin engine with 170 hp. Weighing in at 661 lbs, the V runs from 0-62 mph in less than 3 seconds with a top speed of 174 mph. Stopping power comes from Wilwood brakes.

Production of the Spartan V will be limited to 300 units with prices starting at $90,000 AUD ($84,300 USD).

Spartan Motor V:

– By: Omar Rana

Source: Spartan (via AutoBlog)


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  • this is a Bike-engined cars. BECs. They’re the ultimate goal of a good chunk of the truly speed-obsessed, especially those that can’t get the sweet song of the 10,000-plus rev range out of their heads.

  • That Spartan vehicle is an insane looking car, though there is a definite charm to be seen about it. It definitely borrows from designs from Jaguar concept cars.

  • This car doesnt look real! Very futuristic though.

  • this car is looks like toys racing car.but good..

  • Anonymous

    wow I wish they had a better angle of this car. It looks sweet but the car parts almost look unreal.

  • Anonymous

    wow I wish they had a better angle of this car. It looks sweet but the car parts almost look unreal.

  • Anonymous

    I’d do away with the trailer entirely and go with a Yukon XL Denali carrying a kart in the back.

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  • Anonymous

    I’d do away with the trailer entirely and go with a Yukon XL Denali carrying a kart in the back.

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  • Anonymous

    The car is fantastic but for the tracks not for the roads.

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    yes, I agree with you

  • No William I do not agree with you. There are many cars in the market that were meant for the tracks but now they can be seen on the roads.

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