Offering unusual blend of roar, luxury and performance; today’s supercars not only comes out from the manufacturing facilities of the iconic automakers like the Lamborghini, Ferrari, Maserati, Porsche, to name a few, but also from the facilities of lesser known automakers or even startups. After the Poland-based Arrinera Automotive unveiled its gadget-laden Lamborghini-esque styled 2013 Arrinera supercar and Croatian automotive startup Rimac Automobili introduced its 1,100 hp electric supercar Concept One, the Slovenia-based automaker Tushek is now offering a supercar dubbed as Tushek Renovatio T500. The $370,000 Slovenia’s first supercar will make its appearance at the U.K.’s 2012 Salon Privé, where it appears to compete with the stunning, lightweight and powerful luxury convertible, the 2013 McLaren MP4-12C Spider.
The hand-built Tushek Renovatio T500 is truly a road-legal track car sporting a powerful Audi RS4 4.2 liter V8 engine that delivers whopping 444 horsepower. The mid-mounted engine is then paired with an Audi S5 six-speed manual that sends the incredible power to the rear wheels, which helps this supercar to hit the 62 mph mark in just 3.7 seconds and top speed of 200mph.
Weighing just 2,403 pounds, the hand-built Tushek Renovatio comes as a removable hard-top convertible, featuring pair of scissor doors that always manages to attract the onlookers.
Tushek Renovatio T500 is the brainchild of a Slovenian racecar driver Aljosa Tushek, who always dreamed of being able to ride a sporty car that is really responsive and lets you feel the throughbred racing.
This supercar is also claimed to be more competitive and closer to the real GT racing than any other supercar in the world market today.
Further, the car is distinguished by a timeless, emotional and unique design, which is described to be a mixture of aggressive and dynamic features, giving a good result and aerodynamic proportional sophisticated look.