Dutch supercar maker Donkervoort is understood for its no-nonsense light-weight supercars, particularly the D8 GTO. The corporate’s newest mannequin is named the Donkervoort F22. It’s stated to enhance on the D8 whereas sustaining the model’s open-wheel heritage.
The Donkervoort F22 incorporates a acquainted design with an extra-long hood and a slender nostril part. The driving force sits proper above the rear axle. Nonetheless, the automotive has a extra aggressive look with a large trapezoidal grille and twin LED headlamps up entrance, whereas the rear will get a rounded fascia with huge wheel arches and a big diffuser.
The inside of the F22 appears pretty sparse with a carbon dashboard, a digital instrument cluster and a big touchscreen on the passenger facet.
The F22 relies on a tubular chassis constructed from carbon fibre and aluminium. It’s stated to be 100% extra inflexible than the outgoing D8 GTO. The automotive comes with new energetic shock absorbers and an adjustable hydraulic ride-height system. It additionally will get a detachable twin Targa carbon roof.
On the coronary heart of the F22 is a 2.5-litre turbo petrol engine sourced from Audi. It develops 367 hp @ 6360 rpm and 472 lb-ft of torque. The engine is mated to a 5-speed handbook transmission that sends energy to the rear axle through a Torsen limited-slip differential.
The Donkervoort F22 weighs simply 750 kg, which provides it a power-to-weight ratio of 666 hp/tonne. Consequently, it might dash from 0-60 mph in 2.5 seconds and has a prime pace of 180 mph.