The RML Group approaching finishing of a modernized interpretation of the 1959 Ferrari 250 GT SWB (short wheelbase). Promising improved execution and a forward-thinking lodge.
RML Ferrari 250 GT SWB: what’s going on here?
The RML Short Wheelbase, the primary creation illustration of which set to show up in October. It will work with carbon-fiber bodywork for diminished weight, and highlights translations of the 250 GT’s characterizing configuration signals. Including stacked back lights, an uncovered fuel filler cap, a ‘chip shaper’ front grille and air vents behind each wheel.
“The new model gives proper respect to the driving immaculateness of supercars from the past. While offering tenants 21st-century solace and accommodation,” RML Group said.
Creation will be restricted to around 30 vehicles, however no estimating data has been uncovered.
RML Ferrari 250 GT SWB: inside
The lodge said to have intended to oblige drivers up to 6ft 6in, and gains present day highlights, including electric front seats, cupholders, cooling, and a high level infotainment framework that brings satnav and cell phone network usefulness.
Engine and gearbox
The back tire drive restomod will be controlled by a 5.5-liter normally suctioned Ferrari V12 motor that produces 485hp and 568Nm. The motor will come matched to an open-door, 6-speed manual gearbox.
RML expects this powertrain will permit their 250 GT SWB to do the 0-100kph run in 4.1sec and proceed to hit a maximum velocity of 298kph.
RML Ferrari 250 GT SWB: dimensions
It is somewhat bigger than the first vehicle, at 4,264mm length and 1,954mm width, however the general outline has been held. It additionally weighs marginally more than the first, at 1,470kg, which is likely an aftereffect of the fresher spec motor and inside options.
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