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We haven't heard much of the Gumpert Apollo since news of the Audi-based supercar surfaced early this year. The German Car Blog is reporting via a translated article from a German website that the Apollo has finally begun its limited production. Twelve cars have reportedly already been ordered while the company plans to produce 50 to 60 cars in total next year. The Apollo sources its twin-turbo six-cylinder from Audi, which signed a supply contract for the powertrains earlier this year. Developing around 650 hp, the Apollo can hit 60 mph in 3 seconds flat and reach a claimed speed of 232 mph. Those are pretty big numbers, as is the car's price tag that starts around $240,000.




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      • 9 Years Ago
      Looks like a "poor" man's Bugatti EB110.
      • 9 Years Ago
      I have a link from my blog to their official site (in German), or you can just follow this link here --> http://www.sportwagenmanufaktur.de/
      • 9 Years Ago
      You'd have to be a complete ass to buy one of these. How could having one of these possibly be a good idea. Silly if you ask me.
      • 9 Years Ago
      Where the hell would you drive it?? I have enough problems driving a Vette in Detroit, that thing looks like it has 2 inches of ground clearance. They need to clean up the front, not to crazy about the "bubble" looking fenders, the back is ok, like my Vette, it looks like it has a big butt!! ;-)
      • 9 Years Ago
      looks crazy. i like how it looks on the side, but i hope they get a real designer in there to clean up the front and rear
      • 9 Years Ago
      With all due respect...move the rear wheels forward about six or eight inches and it looks like a VW-based kit car from the '60s.