[kl-bogel] Supercar 6 tayar rekaan Itali

The Italians showed six-wheeled supercar
Six wheels better than four - it's so obvious! Photo: Geniussportscar

The first car of the six-wheeled chassis for the class is shown in the Festival of Speed ​​at Goodwood.

Questions about why the car Covini C3A of the company with a "modest" name Geniussportscar six wheels instead of the usual four, the creator of the machine Gianluca Covina, falling to the founder of the company - mechanical engineer Ferrucci Covina son, that is responsible - "For the fans speed and power structure with four wheels in front and two rear allows you to track through corners even faster, and make braking more "clingy" - because the car is not four disc brakes and six and six in the contact patch of tires more. In addition, the use of the scheme has improved the comfort by reducing unsprung weight, improve handling, aerodynamics and make the car more resistant to hydroplaning (interestingly, for some ruts and puddles will drive the owner of this car?).

Covini C3A is equipped with a V-shaped eight-cylinder turbo engine from Audi of 4.2 liters with a torque of 470 Nm at 2700 rpm and a capacity of 440 horses. Cuperkar has a top speed of 300 km / hr. Car rear-wheel drive and quite demanding of the skill of the driver - as the transmission, it uses a 6-speed manual transmission. Of electronic assistants in the presence of steering rack with electro-hydraulic amplification, brake distribution efforts by BOSCH and parking assistance. Like most of these cars it is based on tubular steel frame and carbon fiber panels.

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