The Anibal Icon is a new Canadian supercar built by a company most known for tuning Porsches. That know-how was obviously put into the Icon, which has a Porsche-sourced flat-six engine making 920 horsepower. The engine is a twin-turbo and mid-mounted, with power sent to all four wheels.
The makers of the Anibal Icon say it will do 0-60 mph in 2.4 seconds. If that's not enough to turn heads then the car's design certainly will. The body is made of carbon fiber and weighs in at just 3,400 pounds. It has a brash and bold design that's also functional with several active aero elements adorning the exterior. Only 50 models are set to be made and pricing has not been revealed yet.
The Anibal Icon Will Have a Production Run of Just 50 Cars
1. Limited-edition Supercars - Automakers could experiment with manufacturing a smaller number of premium supercars to increase demand and gain higher margins.
2. Ultra-powerful Engines - Companies could invest more in developing high-performance engines to cater to the growing taste for power and speed among car enthusiasts.
3. Lightweight Materials - The use of lightweight materials like carbon fiber could lead to the production of faster and more fuel-efficient cars.
1. Automotive - Automakers could use the Anibal Icon's unique design and high-performance features as inspiration for the development of future supercars.
2. Engineering - Engineers could experiment with different types of engines to create more powerful and efficient systems that meet the growing demand for speed and performance.
3. Luxury Goods - Luxury car manufacturers could use the limited-edition strategy used by Anibal as a means to increase the value and exclusivity of their vehicles.