The creator of racing sport prototypes Radical will release a supercar for ordinary roadsJuly 1, 2019
Novelty will be shown at the Goodwood Festival of Speed
The British company Radical Sportscars, known for developing sport prototypes for races in Le Mans, announced the imminent premiere of its new “civilian” Rapture vehicle with access to public roads.
Radical Sportscars does not yet disclose details about the model. It is only known that when creating Rapture, engineers used their many years of experience in motor racing in the field of aerodynamics and power units. The press service of the company said that it allowed to achieve “phenomenal characteristics.”
According to the only teaser published by the company, it can be assumed that Radical Rapture is designed in the style of sports prototypes. The supercar received a two-level spoiler and massive wheel arches.
The online presentation of the supercar is scheduled for Thursday, July 4th. And already at the weekend he will take part in speed hill climbing competitions as part of the Goodwood Speed Festival. Every year, classic, racing and road cars run at the start of this race, driven by both professional pilots and amateurs. This year the festival will last from 2 to 7 July.
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