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Corbellati Missile 'Fastest Car in the World'




The founder of our family heritage and tradition has been MichelangeloCorbellati, during the first half of 1900 in Sanremo started its business. Besides the goldsmith, he continued his artistactivity, creating unique pieces of art. Thanks to him, the following generations developed the same passion to art and craftsmanship. Today we, the heirs of his heritage, are determined to continue in the direction he took, joining the artisanship and the technology to our passion: the world of motorsport.

The adventure began a few years ago, a little for fun and a little for passion, but in a short time,it became a seriousand demanding project thatabsorbed all our energies. Our hard work has been rewarded: we will show to the world our car at the Geneva motor show in March 2018, and later in April at the top marques in Monaco.
Missile, this is the name chosen, a simple name of impact that clearly
Communicates our intentions: being the Fastest in the world. The target wehave set is undo undoubtedly very high: reach500 km /h.
The heart of the car is its other strength to achieve the goal,in fact theV8 9-liter biturbo releases 1800 horsepowerand 2350Nm of torque, creating together with the aerodynamics the conditions to be an extraordinary car.The braking system with carbo ceramic disks, the 20-inch 265/35 tires at the front and 345/30 at the rear, the self-leveling double quadrilateral air suspension and finally the frame and the bodywork handmade in carbon fiber are the perfect contour to the power unit and the aerodynamics.

Specifications

DIMENSIONS
LENGHT 467 cm
LARGE 204 cm
HEIGHT 117 cm
WHEELBASE 285 cm
GROUND CLEARANCE 12 cm

WHEELS
FRONT 265/35 R20
REAR 345/30 R20

CHASSIS & BODYWORKS
Carbon fiber chassis and body panels

ENGINE
9-liters v8 BITURBO, 1800HP, 2350NM

SUSPENSIONS
double wishbone front and rear, with inboard triple adjustable dampers and ecas controlled air spring

BRAKES
carbon ceramic disks 394mm , 36mm thick



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