Called the 777 Hypercar, it costs 7 million euros and will be produced in just 7 copies. And it’s the ultimate game for track-days.
The 777 Hypercar is its first tangible product 777 Motors, of a company founded in Italy by Andrea Levy, president of the Milan Motor Show.
As is obvious based on the related visuals, the 777 Hypercar is a supercar which draws inspiration from the WEC’s LMP1 class prototypes. And it costs, without VAT, neither more nor less, 7 million euros.
It may look like a purebred war machine, but this is a “civilian” hypercar, which is made for use in track-days on tracks around the world. He brings her signature of Dallara regarding the carbon framewhile the movement is provided by a “liberated” version of it V8 Gisbon engine, who drives many racing prototypes of the LMP1 class. In fact, the latter is powered by e-fuels, which reduce carbon dioxide emissions by 65%.
It is worth noting that the engine in question is atmospheric, with capacity 4.5 liters and performance 800 horsepower, which make their appearance at 9,000 rpm.
The top speed of the car, combined with the limited weight of just 900 kg, result in the top speed of the 777 Hypercar reaching 370 km/h. At this speed, the vertical force developed reaches 2,100 kg while the maximum lateral acceleration amounts to 4 g.
According to its creators, the 777 Hypercar has set a time on the Monza circuit in Italy 1 minute and 33 minutes – better by 2.4 sec. compared to that of the Toyota GR010 Hybrid on the same terrain.