Apollo Arrow Hypercar Debuts At 2016 Geneva Motor Show

Posted: Mar 3 2016, 10:46am CST | by , in News | Cars & Vehicles


Apollo Arrow Hypercar Debuts at 2016 Geneva Motor Show
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  • Hyper super car Gumpert Apollo Arrow unveiled in Switzerland!

The Apollo Arrow comes with a 4.0-liter twin turbo V8 engine capable of producing 1000 horsepower.

Gumpert is back as Apollo at the 86th Geneva Motor Show under Chinese ownership. The hyper super car Apollo Arrow was unveiled at the Swiss convention.

The monstrous Apollo Arrow boasts 1,000 horsepower. The extraordinary power is due to the 4.0-liter twin turbo V8 engine. The engine has been supplied by Audi allowing the brand to further flex its auto muscle.

The Apollo Arrow can go from 0 to 62 miles per hour in 2.9 seconds flat. Similarly the hyper super car has a top speed of 224 mph. The Apollo Arrow is the prototype of the 2017 production car.

The designers at Apollo have vowed the 2017 version will look like the prototype dropping jaws at the Geneva Motor Show. The Apollo Arrow has been illustrated by two designers only.

According to The Verge, the designers also revealed the exotic car was inspired by the F-22 Raptor stealth fighter plane and sharks. Needless to say the sporty exterior is a sight to behold. 

Although Gumpert is now called Apollo, the engineering continues to be led by Roland Gumpert. Retaining Robert Gumpert seems to be the key. So the brand continues to push the envelope in aerodynamics-defying output. Other than being a supercar, the Apollo Arrow will include standard conveniences. Such as air conditioning, ABS, powered windows and electronic stability control. Although they ae regular features, but it’s harder to combine them with a hyper car. After Bugatti's Chiron and Lamborghini's Centenario, the Apollo Arrow is the hyper super car to look at in Geneva. The car has also proven to be spectacular return for Grumpet but with another name.

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