And no, it's not an EV.
We learned the 1,600-hp Hennessey Venom F5 will be on display at Geneva next week. The world record-setting Koenigsegg Agera RS will also likely be there. Today, we've learned of yet another hypercar that will be making its debut appearance at the Swiss show – and both the Venom F5 and Agera RS may have something to worry about. Same goes for the Bugatti Chiron. Introducing the Corbellati Missile, a 9.0-liter twin-turbo V8-powered hypercar with a claimed 1,800 hp and 1,733 lb-ft of torque.
Paired to a six-speed automatic transmission, the Italian-born hypercar features a handmade carbon fiber body, rack and pinion steering, and rides on 20-inch wheels. Oh, and it has a claimed top speed of 311 mph. The Agera RS achieved a top speed last November of 277.87 mph (an average of calculated after two runs). Other than those tidbits, we know very little about the car and company, only that, according to its Facebook page, was founded in 2015 with a mission "to build the fastest road car." We dug a bit further and found its Instagram account, which states the following: "We are the Corbellati Family, creators of jewelry since 70 years, art enthusiasts and artists.
"Today the last generation is greatly passionate about sports cars and has the dream of making a car that at the same time is a jewel." Based on our first impressions of the included images, the Corbellati Missile definitely looks like it has taken design inspiration from old Alfa Romeos and Ferraris. We're not complaining. Not long after Geneva wraps up, Corbellati will be taking its Missile to Top Marques Monaco.