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Bulgarians from Sin Cars showed the production version of its sports car R1, which will make its official debut in Frankfurt. Sin R1 impresses with its exclusive sports broadcasting and matte black exterior gives it an extra dose of style native supercar. Sin R1 differs from its prototype racing and includes many new features.

The interior has been redesigned, including a new steering wheel with integrated features, a new center console with custom buttons manually integrated iPad, or similar 7-inch tablet with Android, sport seats Recaro, air, control air rear wing.

The car also features a new exhaust system, traction control, ABS, new ECU and new wiring to power module. Sin R1 is performed by a 6.2-liter V8 engine of Chevrolet, which has an output of 430 hp and 575 Nm of torque. However, there will be versions with 530 hp 650 hp.

The base version will accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h in 3.1 seconds and from 0 to 200 km/h in 8.7 seconds and top speed is 300 km/h. The average fuel consumption of the car is 15 liters per 100 km. Recall that most parts are created in Bulgaria, but the assembly of Sin R1 is carried out in the UK because there legalization of sports cars is faster and easier.

The car is constructed primarily of carbon fiber, which allows a weight of 1200 kg or 1 hp every 2.79 kg. The car was developed by automotive racer Rosen Daskalov, which plans to produce at least 10 cars a year. The production version of Sin R1 will make its public debut at the autoshow in Frankfurt in September. Sales of Sin R1 will begin this fall, expectations are base model to cost about 60,000 pounds.

Update:
“Prices of the new and latest production version of SIN R1 road car, already in production, starts from 145,000 pounds excl.VAT.” – Official Sin Cars press release.

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