The Lithuanian team Rhino Racing presented its new supercar RR01 with access to public roads and the track. The company calls it a mixture of a Porsche Carrera GT and a 918 Spyder, but with a fixed roof and gullwing doors.
As stated on the company’s official website, the Rhino RR01 is based on an aluminum monocoque chassis on which a fiberglass body is mounted. The supercar has fully adjustable double wishbone suspension and three-way adjustable shock absorbers. The interior features a sports steering wheel with an integrated 4.3-inch display and a roll cage. The minimum price tag for such a car is 25,000 euros.
Also available is “Option 2” costing 27,500 euros. For this money they offer a more track-oriented coupe with polycarbonate windows and 19.0-inch wheels with Toyo tires. Also standard is a 7.0-inch multimedia system, six-point seat belts and AP Racing brakes with six-piston calipers front and rear.
The motor will have to be purchased separately for 37,500 euros. The company priced the 5.2-liter V10 from the Audi R8 at this amount. The engine is said to have been completely rebuilt with all new internal components. It will be paired with a “race-tested direct-drive sequential transmission,” a sports ECU and a limited-slip differential. There are no details yet, but it is reported that the car will be rear-wheel drive with 487 hp.
According to the manufacturer, anyone can assemble their own Rhino RR01 on their own, even without special training. Deliveries of kit cars are planned to begin in August 2024.