Amoritz is the name of a new sport cars will launch its first product GT DR7. Brazil’s Amoritz GT DR7 Supercar Previewed In New Teaser. The Amoritz name would probably be unfamiliar in most automotive circles. That’s because it doesn’t hail from the U.S. or Europe, but rather it comes from Brazil.
Designed by Brazilian native Fernando Morita, the teaser image of the GT DR7 gives away traces of Lamborghini's Gallardo and Mazda's Furai concept on the exterior, as well as a cabin situated very far forward. Other details include a central driving position similar to that seen in the McLaren F1 from the 1990s, as well as different wheel sizes for the front and rear axles.
Amoritz Sport Cars GT DR7 Supercar
To match the extroverted looks, the GT DR7 will be powered by a twin-turbocharged version of the 8,4-litre V10 that does service in the Dodge Viper. In addition to ridiculously-high power outputs, expect the final output of its V-10 to be somewhere beyond the 600 horsepower mark. The Amoritz Sport Cars GT DR7 Supercar Designed by Brazilian native Fernando Morita will also boast flex-fuel capability as Amoritz claims it can run on pure ethanol.
Amoritz is planning that production will be limited to 50 units, but more details will be revealed when the car is unveiled in October 2010 this year.