Extreme open-top Donto P1 debuts at Buenos Aires Motor Show

The Donto P1 is designed by Lucas Lopez and has been revealed in production form at the Buenos Aires Motor Show. The Donto P1 follows a similar formula as the extreme open-top KTM X-Bow and Ariel Atom.

The P1 weighs just 630kg and is powered by an Audi sourced 300bhp 2.0-litre FSI engine. Performance specs were not revealed, but with a weight of just 630kg and 300bhp the performance is supercar like for sure.

The P1 has a stainless steel chassis homologated by FIA and the body is a combination of carbon fibre, Kevlar and fiber reinforced polymer. There is also a removable steering wheel and a small plexiglas windscreen.

The Donto P1 measures 3850mm in length, 1050mm in height and 1920mm in width, and has a 2500mm wheelbase. It rides on 18-inch alloys fitted with Pirelli tyres.

Production has not been confirmed yet, but with enough demand it will go into limited production with prices expected to start from around £45,000.

Source: Donto P1 – Expo 2013


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