Ultima replaces the record-breaking GTR with the new Evolution coupe and convertible, offered in 15 states of tune ranging all the way up to 1,020 supercharged horsepower and hitting 60 mph in just 2.3 seconds.
For the third year in a row an Ultima GTR supercar has set a new world record for a standing start to 100 mph and back to a stop. The Director of Ultima Sports, Richard Marlow, set a new record time of just 9.4 seconds, in the process setting new world records for 0-60 mph (2.6 seconds), 0-100 mph (5.3 seconds) and for braking from 100 mph to zero (in a neck-stretching 3.6 seconds).
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