Slovenia’s first supercar model, the Tushek Renovatio T500, will be making its UK debut on September 5 at Salon Prive.
Aljosa Tushek is the Slovenian racer that founded the automotive company. He opted to base his first model off of the K1 Attack chassis, powered it with a 4.2-liter 444hp V8 from the RS4, mated that to a 6-speed manual gearbox borrowed from the Audi S5, and then topped the model off with a custom carbon fiber body.
The car weighs in at 2,403 lbs, and boasts a 0-62 mph time of 3.7 seconds and a 193mph top speed.
Most supercars will cost you less then this one, as it comes with a $370,500 price tag. Seems like a good product, but laying out that much money is generally a bit more comfortable when there is a reputation behind it.
-By: Alexandra Koken