Shelby Supercars or SSC has just released a new video showcasing their latest effort: the Tuatara supercar.
After viewing the video, the Tuatara looks like something that went from concept and straight to production. The interior is festooned with digital holographic-like displays and readings while buttonage almost seems to be nonexistent.
“The Tuatara will provide a unique, yet thrilling experience to its passengers by making them feel like more of a co-pilot instead of just a tag-along, SSC said in a statement. “Included in front of the passenger seat are 2 small auxiliary screens that provide the co-pilot information about the vehicle and their current experience, like its current speed, RPM or BHP. The Tuatara is one of the first production vehicles in the world to give this level of attention to the driving experience of the passenger. Just on the left side of the central console is the red “START” button, which when pressed initiates a clockwise-motion lighting sequence on the red lights located around the start button. The engine turns on immediately when all the red lights have illuminated.”
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Carbon fiber is a plenty with an oddly-shaped steering wheel that is essentially a square with rounded corners.
The SSC Tuatara is rumored to be powered by a 6.8 liter V8 engine making 1,350-hp, which will allow it to go from 0-60 mph in 2.8 seconds with a top speed of 275 mph.
For details, check out the video after the jump.
– By: Chris Chin