Italian automotive company Italdesign Giugiaro has been designing vehicles since 1968. This year the brand took a big step, and introduced its first ever supercar.
The incredible Zerouno supercar was designed with collectors in mind, and features a body crafted entirely out of carbon fiber. Italdesign Giugiaro debuted the supercar at the Geneva International Motor Show in March, and brought it to Pebble Beach this week to raise a few North American eyebrows.
Only five examples of the $1.5 million-plus model will be produced this year, and all are already sold. But the smitten should take heart: the company is planning a roadster model to supply customer demand.
Zerouno boasts an extremely angular and aerodynamic body with a tapered front end and a special “Y” duct that’s designed to generate the downforce necessary to keep such a lightweight rocket on terra firma. Five-spoke aluminum wheels, colored Pirelli P-zero tires, and carbon-ceramic brakes are just a few of the components that make this supercar so special.
However, what makes this Italdesign supercar truly “super” is its monstrous 5.2-liter V10 engine (the same powerplant driving the Audi R8, by the way) which pushes the car to a top speed of 205 mph, and from zero-to-60 in just 3.2 seconds.