V12 powered Bucci Special supercar from Argentina [video]

The Bucci Special is a new V12 powered Argentinian supercar that was started by a former Formula 1 driver Clemar Bucci, who passed away in January 2011.

Thanks to Scuderia Bucci and his nephew Paul the development continued and the Bucci Special will make its debut later this week at 2013 Buenos Aires International Motor Show.

Details are still limited, but we know the open two-seater has a tubular chassis, carbon fibre body and is is little over four metres long.

Under the bonnet is an AMG-sourced V12 7.3-liter engine producing 600bhp mated to a Pagani-derived six-speed gearbox.

Source: Autoblog Argentina


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