Umberto Palermo Design has officially unveiled its Vittoria supercar concept at the Qatar Motor Show.
A video of the Vittoria supercar concept by Italian designer Umberto Palermo was teased last month by his design house, UP Design, and now the car has been officially unveiled at the Qatar Motor Show. Specific details are still vague, but we can see that the supercar has a unique avant garde Gran Turismo look with a unique front fascia that fearures a 'cheese grater' grille and bespoke headlights, giving it a sleek and aggressive look.
A long hood flows to a rakish windscreen followed by a sloping roofline with LED taillights at the back. The concept measures in at 4.75m long, 1.96m wide and 1.25m tall. Under the hood there's a hybridized V8 engine (meaning a gasoline engine mated to an electric motor) that offers maximum performance and fuel efficiency. Total power output wasn't released yet, nor do we know what kind of transmission is used. In the meantime, check out the pictures and let us know what you think.
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