Ever wondered what a Super Sports Car looks like? Tushek CEO Aljosa Tusek just unveiled the company’s premium concept dubbed the Tushek Renovatio T500 via debut trailer. As you can tell, the two-seater is “based on the K1 Roadster kit car” and is powered by an “Audi-sourced” 4.2 liter V8 capable of revving 444 hp, along with 428Nm (316 lb-ft) of torque. Speed is clocked at 0 – 100 km/h in 3.7 seconds with a top speed exceeding 193 mph. Doesn’t sound so super, but what is lacks in maximum performance it makes up for in looks.
The Renovatio sports a removable roof, alcantara leather upholstery, and carbon fiber trim and aluminum accents. It’s also sitting on 19-inch forged aluminum wheels attached to Pirelli P-Zero Corsa tires. Not bad. Watch the trailer below and leave your opinion in the comments box.
“As a race driver I have long dreamed that I would be able to drive a road car that provided the response, the turn in, traction and tactility that we expect from a race car but that could be usable every day. Our car the Tushek Renovatio has been engineered specifically to do this, with an obsessive focus on lightweight and race specification componentry, is what we call a Super Sports Car – a car that is harper and more communicative than any you can find on the market now. They joy is driving such a car is the dialogue between the car and driver; the car must become a subconscious extension of the drivers will, communicating perfectly with him. We have engineered this joy into our car such that each and every time you travel together it is like an exquisite night with a wonderful lover. Our car is full of emotions and motion enhancing technology, much of it focused around lightness creating one of the best handling, lightest and fastest supercars on the circuit with uniquely good looks for the road.” – Aljosa Tusek