Lamborghi Indomable Going Into Production as Mostro Di-Potenza SF22

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The Lamborghini Indomable concept was a design born from the minds of Daniel Chinchilla Ochoa and Alberto Fernandez Albilares as part of a design program sponsored by Lamborghini. Outlandish-looking machines like this are usually stuck in the realm of computer graphics, but this particular creation is going to become a reality – only it won't be built in Sant'Agata Bolognese.

That’s because a company called 215 Racing has acquired the rights to the Indomable design, and it plans to turn out a production version. The actual production car will be built under the SF22 as a part of the Mostro Di-Potenza sub-company. That name means “Monster of Power” in Italian, and it’s fitting for a car that has some crazy figures to offer.

The company says the car will be powered by a mid-mounted 9.4-liter twin-turbo V8 engine that develops.... 2,000 horsepower. Now that’s fighting talk! This isn’t a dragster we are talking about, but a road-going hypercar with a nice paintjob and rear-wheel drive configuration. Sounds insane to us, but we love it!

The car will have a six-speed transmission, which we hope is man enough for this kind of power, and will weigh about 3,000 lb (1,360 kg). Nought to 60 mph (98 km/h) will take just 2.5 seconds and the top speed is a Veyron-rivalling 265 mph (426 km/h). Oh boy, this won’t be easy to ensure!

If it is indeed toenter production, only 50 examples will be built at a rate of two per month over the course of two years, and says it's now taking orders for mid-2012 deliveries. The deposit is only $1,000, but the full cost of ownership is close to $950,000.
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Mihnea's favorite cars have already been built, the so-called modern classics from the '80s and '90s. He also loves local car culture from all over the world, so don't be surprised to see him getting excited about weird Japanese imports, low-rider VWs out of Germany, replicas from Russia or LS swaps down in Florida.
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