The racing coupe with a 600-horsepower Honda engine

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The racing coupe with a 600-horsepower Honda engine

The Italian company ATS Automobili, founded in 2011, has introduced a track supercar RR Turbo. The compartment is designed and constructed by own forces of the newly formed division of ATS Corsa and homologated in accordance with the technical requirements of the Italian Federation of Motorsport ACI Sport and the FIA.

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ATS RR Turbo is marketed as a track car for the private teams and riders who are looking for an affordable car, but with components of the highest level. Dogdore is approved for all Championships GT class and Challenge, including the German national racing series VLN, as well as European competitions in speed climb the mountain. Car price – 110 thousand EUR, excluding taxes.

The Foundation RR Turbo chassis with a space frame of chrome-molybdenum steel, which is no safety cage weighs 40 pounds. Tubular structural elements are welded in the form of a core, providing high rigidity and safety. Levers and push-rod suspension, shock absorbers, lightweight wing mount and the exhaust fixed as sportpitanie – K monoblock “bell” of 7075 aluminum alloy.

The movement of the track car causes a two-liter turbo engine from Honda Civic Type R. the Unit is greatly improved: it has forged pistons, the cylinder head with the original intake manifold and exhaust manifold, Garrett turbine and a control unit Hondata. Impact – 600 HP and 630 Nm of torque.

Thrust applied to the rear axle via a six-speed sequentially 3MO FTX with paddles and a limited slip differential. The base brakes are steel discs (335 mm front and 305 mm rear) with four piston Brembo calipers, but for a fee available 350 mm carbon-ceramic rotors and monobloc calipers ATS-Sicom.

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To build a car ATS Corsa was helped by such famous companies as Michelin Motorsport, Sicom, Nardi Personal, D-Factory and Dtale, and component suppliers made by Tractive Suspension, Teknogear, 3MO Performance, Atech and AIM. First car buyers will receive next spring.

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