/CCG Custom GT Supercar

CCG Custom GT Supercar

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What we have here is a strange mix. The CCG Custom GT looks kinda like Ford GT, is powered by GM engines, and is built by a German startup.

The end result however, seems like a delicious dish. As the brainchild of Tom Gerards, Head of CCG automotive GmbH, Custom GT is bonafied supercar. Depending on which engine you choose it will weigh no more than 1.4 tonne.

Engines available for this car are both sourced from GM and are either 6.0 or 7.0 liter in displacement. They first one makes 450 and the latter 550 hp. The car can do 0 to 100 km/h in 3.5 or 3.3 seconds and reach top speed of 285 or 320 km/h. Upon request, CCG equips the two-seater with an LPG (Liquefied Petroleum Gas) system and converts the vehicle into a racy 300 km/h, ultra-lightweight eco-super sports car.

CCG GT also features tubular space frame, KW suspension, and MOV’IT 6-piston brake calipers 370 * 35 mm in the front / 4-piston calipers 342 * 28 mm at the rear.

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