The DiMora Vicci Blends a 1930s Design with 21st Century Technology

 - Apr 20, 2014
References: dimoramotorcar & gizmag
The DiMora Vicci 6.2 is an in-your-face car designed by 1930s automobile designs. 25 of these vehicles will be splashed with funky artwork by Taiwanese artist Master Lee Sun-Don complete with his autograph.

This unique vehicle is powered by a 430-horsepower GM LS3 6.2-liter V8 engine coupled with a 4-speed automatic transmission system. This sends the 2,820-kilogram convertible speeding from zero to 60 miles per hour in only four seconds, with a set of four-wheel disc brakes and Pirelli P Zero tires bringing it to a swift halt.

The DiMora Vicci includes luxurious features such as Italian leather seats, wool carpets, fiber optic interior accent lighting, built-in WiFi, an eight-speaker stereo system, in-built GPS, rear camera and 360-degree imaging.

DiMora hasn't yet revealed the Vicci's price, but one of the 25 custom-painted cars was recently sold for $1 million.