At the festival of speed in Goodwood will show a new product from Rapture with a motor from the Focus RSJuly 4, 2019
The first deliveries of this extraordinary car, which can move on public roads and on the racetrack, are scheduled for August. The price is not reported yet.
Radical Sportscars at the Goodwood Festival of Speed is going to show off its new car. The automaker is a new sports car called Rapture Rapture, designed and manufactured specifically for use on weekends. Or, as representatives of Radical say, this is done in order to “ensure unprecedented performance on the street, drawing on the extensive experience of the British brand in the field of design and design of motor sports at the highest level.”
The company uses a lightweight construction as the basis of the Rapture, which is combined with an aerodynamically optimized body. The 2.3-liter EcoBoost engine from Ford, which was finalized by Radical engineers, is responsible for the power – they installed a completely new turbocharging and air intake system.
Peak engine power is 350 (434 Nm). The four-cylinder unit is connected to a six-speed gearbox.
Rapture uses an improved version of its own Radical Nik-link suspension, optimized for use both on the road and on the racetrack and equipped with new adjustable shock absorbers. The interior has two cast racing seats with integrated head restraints and multi-channel seat belts. The minimalist control panel is equipped with an LCD display with a data logging system and a multifunctional “digital” steering wheel.
Radical explains that its new flagship sports car is intended both for use on public roads and on the racetrack. The car is already approved for outdoor use in the United Kingdom and the rest of Europe.
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