An Orlando Florida based auto company, Exotic Rides has been building and customizing cars for the best part of two decades is planning to build a 600-horsepower supercar called the W70.
Australian automotive designer David Williams was tasked with designing the Americanbuilt supercar after the firm saw his renderings of what he imagined the LaFerrari would look like prior to its release in 2012.The renderings of the supercar makes us think that Williams used the Ferrari LaFerrari as the inspiration behind his creation. It’s a little more subdued than the LaFerrari, but a lot of the elements, including the shape of the headlights and the scissor doors are present in Williams’ design study. To be fair, the renderings make the W70 look like a bonafide supercar.
Under its hood, Exotic Rides announced that the W70 would be carrying a General Motors -sourced 7.0-liter LS7 V-8 engine that packs an impressive 600 horsepower. The size of the engine and the corresponding output number is right in line with what you can expect from a supercar.
The 600 Hp heart of W70 is mated to a six speed manual transmission system. 15″ Floating 2 Piece cross drilled rotors F/R, 8 piston Front / 6 piston rear callipers installed with temperature sensors with digital in-cockpit display. High performance steel braded lines & Carbon ceramic pads will let you taste the adrenaline rush without any inhibition.ER W70 is installed with Racing coilovers with adjustable ride and camber, and iLIFT® Intelligent Suspension Lift System with automatic ground clearance sensors under the vehicle (front bumper and rocker panels).
The iLIFT® system will automatically raise and lower itself to provide additional clearance for obstacles. There is a dynamic rear spoiler for creating required downforce and low drag area.
The Interior makes the car luxurious, handmade Leather adjustable seats, suede accents, carbon fibre trim, digital touch screen displays, electronic parking brake system, adjustable steering wheel, airbags equipped, premium audio system, back up camera, side view cameras with monitors, smart biometric ignition system are just some of the features America’s new supercar
ER plans to unveil the W70 at SEMA later this year, and is already taking preorders.
For more info – ER W70