Simbol Design Lavazza GTX-R Looking like an Enzo-Zonda


Simbol Design has truly created a masterpiece with the Lavazza GTX-R. The vehicle in question looks like the love child of an Enzo-Zonda union. Simbol has slapped on a Ferrari Enzo front fascia on an otherwise Pagani Zonda-like body. Of course, the body is made of carbon-Kevlar built atop a tubular steel frame. With a body like that, it's no wonder that this vehicle has been turning heads.

Also turning heads is the choice of German powerplants, similar to the ones used by Spyker, Wiesmann, Gumpert, and Pagani. The Lavazza is equipped with a BMW-sourced 5.4-liter V12, and an electri-pneumatic transmission reportedly sourced from a bus. The details on the engine's output are a little sketchy, but it's said to be somewhere between 489- to 620-horsepower. No matter what the hosepower, the 0-60 mph times are around 4.5 seconds. It seems like both coupe and roaster body styles are also in the works, but still no word on the pricing.

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