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.
780 horsepower from a naturally-aspirated 6.3 V12.
As well as 560 foot pounds of torque.
High downforce splitter with lower Jabroc-wood skid plates.
Full carbon fiber chassis and body construction.
High efficiency “spoon rear wing” twin elements, adjustable flap (± 8°) connected to air scoop through a “whale-tale” carbon structure.
2976 lbs. of downforce at 186 miles per hour.
55.5 per cent downforce at the rear.
Double wishbone with pushrod and rocker, adjustable anti-roll-bars at both ends.
The IE is built in Italy by Manifattura Automobili Torino.
Fully bespoke interior.
Custom electronics, designed by Apollo's German team.
Exposed carbon is an option, of course.
A curb weight of 2755 lbs.
6/4 piston carbon ceramic brakes from Brembo.
Adjustable Bilstein shocks.
All carbon-fibre chassis, including front and rear subframes.
Louvers for optimized airflow.
Fighter jet-style digital display.
Race-ready ABS and traction control options.
Removable carbon fiber steering wheel.
Hewland sequential 6-speed gearbox
5066 mm long, with a 2700 mm wheelbase.
At 1678 mm, the front track is wider than the rear.
2 out of 10, finished.
Minimum distance from ground is 110 mm in normal setting / 60 mm in race-mode.
Distance from ground “lifted” 160 mm (electro-hydraulic actuated, possible only below 60 kph.
Track wheel setup at the rear: forged aluminum BBS rims 18”, Michelin slick tires 310/710.