Supercars don't come like this anymore.
Italy is known for its supercars, but Germany also had its hand in the supercar cookie jar with the Gumpert Apollo. Its vehicle may have had a face that only a mother could love, but its performance easily overshadowed its looks and less than noteworthy history. In 2010, Gumpert created the Apollo Sport and all of the Italian supercar automakers felt a cold tingle down their spines. Thanks to Charles Pozzi, a French dealership, one lucky owner can get their hands on one of the best German supercars every made.
The Apollo Sport is powered by a 4.2-liter twin-turbocharged V8 from Audi that was matched to a sequential six-speed gearbox. With improved cooling, optimized engine control and new recirculation valves, the Apollo Sport made a whopping 750 hp. The fastest iteration of the Apollo (the Speed) was able to get to 62 mph in 3.0 seconds and lapped the Nurburgring in 7 minutes and 11 seconds. With the ability to be tuned to the same output as the Apollo Speed, the Apollo Sport could mimic the Apollo Speed’s times. This blue Apollo Sport only has 6,338 miles on it and can provide you with a thrill that can’t be found in any other vehicle today.