• Jun 29, 2006
The closest most of us have come to a Farboud sports car is driving a digital version of the company's GTS in Project Gotham Racing 3. Regardless of his obscurity in the U.S., the maverick Brit Arash Farboud will be displaying his company's AF10 supercar at the British Motor Show next month.

The AF10 will use a Corvette Z06-sourced 7.0L V8 mated to a six-speed Graziano transmission and hope to reach a top speed in excess of 200 mph. The car employs a steel and carbon fiber tub with an all-carbon fiber body.

Supposedly the party at the Farboud display is the stuff of legends, so we'll keep our ears and eyes open for news of when the AF10 debuts next month at the British Motor Show.

[Source: Autocar]


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      • 8 Years Ago
      Looking at the profile sketch, first thing that came to my mind was this: if it looks like an Enzo, and quacks like an Enzo, will it be crashed as often as an Enzo?
      • 8 Years Ago
      Huge engine
      • 8 Years Ago
      Innovation is dead well as far it goes with Farboud. All this is an automaker showing they can make a car. This is a mesh of 4 different cars. The cockpit is Koenigsegg CCX. The side air ducts are from the Ferrari F430. The back as pointed earlier the Enzo. The front is a Porsche Carrera GT. British Automakers are slipping. Not going to rant here. You can catch my views at http://cars.iconicpoint.com