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Arash AF10 Supercar At MPH Show

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The latest British supercar, Arash AF10, is gearing up for its premiere at this year’s MPH The Prestige & Performance Motor Show featuring Top Gear Live. The car has been in the works for the last four years but now that it’s ready, turns out it was worth the wait! This beast is powered by a 7-litre V8 GM engine developing 550bhp and 475lbs-ft of torque. So it looks and goes like a modern supercar, and therefore priced like one too!

The basic version which is this 550 hp model is priced at £620,000! That’s extremely high, but then it’ll be really exclusive, as they only make a few units per year. And it’s British! Well, it’s got an American engine and the owner of the company is Persian, but it does have that exquisite Britishiness that makes it so amazing

Company founder, Arash Faroud commented: “The AF10 has been four years in the making and we feel it is now time to introduce it to the world.”

“We wanted to bring something different to the supercar table, and felt that the industry needed a new and invigorating face and hopefully this is something we have achieved. Combining perfect design, without compromising on power, plus having one of the best emissions levels in the world, the AF10 is set to be a fantastic new car for the market.”

The Show continues to attract the world’s most exciting and expensive cars and the 2010 instalment is set to be no different.

Just some of the iconic names joining Arash at this year’s MPH Show include Aston Martin, Bentley, Caparo, Ferrari, Koenigsegg, Lamborghini, Maserati, McLaren, Pagani, Porsche and Spyker.

MPH The Prestige and Performance Motor Show featuring Top Gear Live will take place at Earls Court, London from November 4-7th and the NEC in Birmingham between November 11-14th.

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