The $2.7 Million Apollo IE Hypercar: Live Gallery

Apollo's new car goes beyond all expectations with a full carbon fiber construction and the 6.3 V12 developed from the Ferrari F12's.

From the ruins of Gumpert comes Apollo, with a car that's here to beat all cards in the deck. The IE is a unique proposition powered by the best V12 one can get, built around the most advanced carbon chassis in the business. It's also a 208 miles per hour screaming rocket, designed by a 27-years-old in his living room.

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780 horsepower from a naturally-aspirated 6.3 V12.

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As well as 560 foot pounds of torque.

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High downforce splitter with lower Jabroc-wood skid plates.

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Full carbon fiber chassis and body construction.

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High efficiency “spoon rear wing” twin elements, adjustable flap (± 8°) connected to air scoop through a “whale-tale” carbon structure.

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2976 lbs. of downforce at 186 miles per hour.

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55.5 per cent downforce at the rear.

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Double wishbone with pushrod and rocker, adjustable anti-roll-bars at both ends.

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The IE is built in Italy by Manifattura Automobili Torino.

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Fully bespoke interior.

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Custom electronics, designed by Apollo's German team.

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Exposed carbon is an option, of course.

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A curb weight of 2755 lbs.

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6/4 piston carbon ceramic brakes from Brembo.

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Adjustable Bilstein shocks.

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All carbon-fibre chassis, including front and rear subframes.

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Louvers for optimized airflow.

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Fighter jet-style digital display.

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Race-ready ABS and traction control options.

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Milled metal.

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Removable carbon fiber steering wheel.

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Hewland sequential 6-speed gearbox

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Climbers' delight.

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5066 mm long, with a 2700 mm wheelbase.

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At 1678 mm, the front track is wider than the rear.

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2 out of 10, finished.

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Minimum distance from ground is 110 mm in normal setting / 60 mm in race-mode.

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Distance from ground “lifted” 160 mm (electro-hydraulic actuated, possible only below 60 kph.

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Track wheel setup at the rear: forged aluminum BBS rims 18”, Michelin slick tires 310/710.

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