The Anibal Automotive company from Montreal, Canada is already well known for restyling and modifying Porsche cars. Now this company has found a way to apply this knowledge to the construction of its own supercar called Icon.
This “rocket” with a car body made of carbon fiber has a 3.8-liter engine that has been taken over from the Porsche 911 Turbo S, while it being styled to produce 920 horsepower. Anibal plans to produce only 50 such cars, which will be joined by a limited series of five more cars with a bit sharper design that will be labeled “Drastic edition”.
Icon has a really wild design that cuts through the air. Large openings located on both sides of the nose have active elements that adjust for better aerodynamics. The rear wing is also adjustable to reduce air resistance. In order to gain an even stronger impression when it arises, the door will open as wings.
The mentioned engine is located in the middle and sends power to both shafts. This is supposed to allow the car to accelerate from 0 to 96 km/h in 2.4 seconds. The steering should be sharp and easy, due to active suspension and steering on all wheels. Brake discs will be made of a mixture of carbon fiber and ceramics.