Infiniti introduced the “wild” sports car Zedro NotoriousNovember 16, 2019
The Zedro Notorious is a great name for this rather bulky car, which is currently on display in Dubai. For those who are still unfamiliar with the name Zedro, this is a new Lebanese company based in the UAE, which, according to information on its website, has the goal of “creating a comfortable, convenient and reliable exotic car.” By the way, of the 100 planned serial copies of Notorious, five have already been sold.
The novelty already uses the “stuffing” of the Infiniti G37, including the V6 engine. But despite the fact that even the cab is an Infiniti spec, the factory V6 gets a power of 1250 hp, an indicator that the standard Infiniti never had. But it is precisely in this that Zedro strives to become a universal supplier of cool cars.
The company can implement all sorts of custom updates for Notorious, including the maximum range model with the turbocharged version of the Infiniti V6, which can accelerate from 0 to 100 km / h in about 3.4 seconds. However, for those looking for reliability, the best option would be an engine model with a more modest acceleration of 5.2 seconds (about the same as the 3.7-liter Infiniti V6).
Zedro is clearly building a body that can be made of fiberglass or carbon fiber in high-end models. On its website, Zedro reports that customization options include everything from interior material to special wheels, headlights and taillights of the client’s choice. Indeed, the company promises that each Notorious will be unique in some way. And since it is truly an Infiniti G37, it will be called one for ease of registration and insurance.
Zedro does not talk about the price of Notorious, but according to preliminary information, it will be $ 65,000. Presumably, this is the starting price, because for a 1250-hp carbon fiber supercar it’s too cheap and a bit dubious.
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