Shayton Equilibrium: New Supercar Project From Slovenia

A new supercar maker called Shayton(falcon in the Sioux language) from Slovenia has big plans with their Equilibrium supercar – to go against the most exclusive and powerful cars in the world.

The Shayton Equilibrium was designed by Andrej Stanta and Dominik Cernelic and looks like a mixture of Ferrari Enzo, New Lotus Esprit, Maserati MC-12 and Aston Martin One-77. That’s not a bad thing as all these cars look gorgeous.

Power will come from a V12 engine that has an output of 1084bhp and 686 lb-ft of torque. Coupled to a sequential geartbox, the Equilibrium is expected to reach 62mph in 2.9 seconds, while the top speed is over 249mph.

Total weigh will be around 1200kg, thanks to carbon-titanium chassis, carbon-titanium wheels and carbon body panels.

Today the Equilibrium only exists in the digital world, but if all goes as planned, around 20 cars will be built a year, each one priced at around £1000,000.



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