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The Tramontana is a single- or twin-seat Spanish sports automobile with open wheel racing aesthetics. It costs at least €500,000 to construct and was done so by Advanced Design Tramontana at Palau de Santa Eulalia, Girona, Catalonia (Spain). During the 2005 Geneva Motor Show, it was introduced as a concept and later changed for production.


2009 Goodwood Festival of Speed with the Tramontana R
It has a 5.5-liter, single overhead cam V12 Mercedes-Benz mid-mounted twin turbocharged engine that makes 720 Horsepower (530 kW; 710 hp). Rear wheel drive and a 6-speed sequential gearbox allow for a peak speed of 325 km/h (202 mph) and a 0-100 km/h acceleration time of 3.6 seconds. The twenty-inch wheels are made of a combination of carbon fiber and magnesium, while the body and interior are made of aluminum and carbon fiber.

The automobile has an adjustable double wishbone suspension and weights 1,268 kg (2,795 lb). The passenger sits behind and somewhat higher than the driver if the two-seat option is selected. White gold in solid form makes up the bonnet badge.

Tramontana Corp

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