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Assoluto Automobili S.p.A (2004 Fatalita)


#42

TheFerrari is the F70, Enzo is F60.


#43

I’m gonna have to agree that you should consider building a Daytona at some point :D. I voted F50 for now because wailing V12 road cars are the bomb.


#44

I’ve decided on the 288 GTO for now, but since there are zero good bodies for it, it’ll take the look of the original Fatalita from ridge racer but have the power plant in similar spirit of the 288.

Peek…


#45

Assoluto Dump Post


1976 Assoluto Fatalita RTS


Assoluto’s first attempt at reaching out to the moderately wealthy instead of the stupidly wealthy. Often ran in weekend races by wealthy privateers both today and back then.

Engine & Transmission

Engine: 3 liter 60 degree V8 flatplane 32 valve SOHC Aluminum Block with Aluminum Heads and Magneti Marelli 4 Barrel Triple Carb
Bore x Stroke: 79x79
Compression: 8.9:1
Weight: 160 kg
Redline: 7500 RPM
Power: 215 HP @ 6800 RPM
Torque: 241 NM @ 5200 RPM
Transmission: 5 speed manual

Chassis

Length: 4090 mm
Curb Weight: 1011.7 KG
Tires: F 155m R 205mm Sports Tires
Brakes: 1 piston 275mm disc R 1 piston 300mm disc
Material: Steel unibody and aluminum body work
Layout: Rear Mid Engine Rear Wheel Drive

Performance

Power to Weight: 200 HP Per Tonne
0-60: 5.5
Top Speed: 145 MPH
1/4 mile: 13.86 @ 103 MPH

The car went on sale for a price of $24,000 when brand new


##1983 Assoluto Fatalita Solvalou

A twin turbocharged version made to race for Assoluto in the '84 Ridge State Grand Prix, where the car won several years in a row before the rules rendered it obsolete. A few road cars were made and it’s internals soon gave way to the Crinale supercar.

Engine & Transmission

Engine: 2.9 liter 60 degree V8 flatplane 32 valve SOHC with Multipoint EFI
Bore x Stroke: 79 x 74
Compression: 7.1:1
Weight: 184 KG
Redline: 8000 RPM
Power: 456 HP @ 7100 RPM
Torque: 542 NM @ 5000 RPM
Transmission: 5 speed manual with Mechanical LSD

Chassis

Length: 4090mm
Curb Weight: 1170 KG
Tires: F 205mm R 295mm High Performance Tires
Brakes: F and R 1 piston 325mm vented disc
Material: Steel unibody with aluminum body panels
Layout: Rear Mid Engine Rear Wheel Drive

Performance Statistics

Power to Weight: 389 HP Per Tonne
0-60: 3.9
Top Speed: 170 MPH
1/4 mile: 11.82 @ 128 MPH
250m Cornering: 1.26 G @ 124.5 MPH
60-0: 101 ft
Automation TT: 2:06.66

The car went on sale for a price of $52,000 brand new, double that of the regular Fatalita


##2003 Assoluto Bisonte

Assoluto’s mainstay V12 flagship barring the Crinales, the 2000s era Bisonte was a popular choice for night club rentals and Japanese Yakuza gangs with zero taste.

Engine and Transmission

Engine: 6 liter 60 degree V12 60 valve DOHC with Bosch EFI
Bore x Stroke: 85.4 x 88.7
Compression: 11:1
Weight: 225 KG
Redline: 8400 RPM
Power: 598 HP @ 7600 RPM
Torque: 662 NM @ 5500 RPM
Transmission: 6 speed manual AWD with Mechanical LSD

Chassis

Length: 4520mm
Curb Weight: 1572 KG
Tires: F 235mm R 295mm Pirelli P Zero Corsa High Performance Tires
Brakes: F 3 piston 300mm vented disc R 1 piston 360mm vented disc
Material: Steel Spaceframe with Carbon Fiber body panels
Layout: Rear Mid Engine Rear Wheel Drive

Performance Statistics

Power to weight: 380 HP Per Tonne
0-60: 3.0
Top Speed: 200 MPH
1/4 mile: 10.98 @ 128 MPH
250m cornering: 1.23 G @ 123 MPH
60-0: 94 ft
Automation TT: 2:04.99

The car went on sale for a price of $180,000 brand new


NFS Carbon Automation World (DISCUSSION)
#46

Christ those are some fast 0-60 times for their time periods. That’s some seriously good work, really love the little updates you made to the Solvalou version of the Fatalita.


#47

And insane cornering Gs!

All things consider (period, power) those are really good times. Expect some competition from some of my cars for that period of time :slight_smile:

The '73 could compete against my '69 Andron or the '74 Yellow fox :wink:


#48

2003 Silvio Assoluto (Crinale - .lua edited Design Excercise)


Built to celebrate the 110th anniversary of founder Silvio Assoluto’s birth, and in response to the supercar wars brimming in the early 2000s, the car named simply Silvio Assoluto was a true hypercar even if the term did not exist yet. With an incredibly high strung 6.3 liter V12 producing 750 hp, it was capable of rocketing the 1200 kg car into times that will still scare a hypercar today. It is largely remembered today for its highly controversial styling however and infamously running the Automation Test Track a full 10 seconds quicker than its cheaper cousin the Bisonte.

Engine and Transmission

Engine: 6.3 liter 60 degree V12 60 valve DOHC with Bosch EFI
Bore x Stroke: 90.8 x 81.1
Compression: 11:1
Weight: 238 KG
Redline: 8800 RPM
Power: 760 HP @ 8200 RPM
Torque: 693 NM @ 7100 RPM
Transmission: 6 Speed F1 sequential manual with E-Diff

Chassis

Length: 4555mm
Curb Weight: 1200 KG
Tires: F 295mm R 355mm Pirelli P Zero Corsa High Performance Tires
Brakes: F 1 piston 300mm vented disc R 1 piston 335mm vented disc
Material: Carbon Monocoque with Carbon Fiber Body Panels
Layout: Rear Mid Engine Rear Wheel Drive

Performance Statistics

Power to Weight: 633 HP Per Tonne
0-60: 2.5
Top Speed: 210 MPH
1/4 mile: 9.66 @ 149 MPH
250m Cornering: 1.56 G @ 138.6 MPH
60-0: 90 ft
Automation TT: 1:54.89
MRLS: 1:31.28
Nordeschleife: 7:07.45

Production is limited to 450 units and went on sale for a price of $600,000 a piece

Take a big guess what it’s supposed to be.


#49

An engine as big as the one used in the Silvio should not fit in the F40 body - so how on earth did you manage to put it in there? At any rate, it’s an even crazier machine than the Bisonte, and all the better for it! Especially since it’s the equivalent of the Enzo, but more unhinged.

Edit: It’s another case of using edited LUA files to ensure that a particular body has a larger engine bay than it normally would have. I wouldn’t resort to such a desperate measure, though.


#50

Deskyx does black magic called lua modifying.


#51

Sneak peek on Assoluto’s 2017 game changing model… A true Italian Sports Car for the common man.


#52

How common is common???


#53

The “I have a stable job and no kids and need an image booster to fit in with other yuppies” or “I’m retired and divorced and need something to distract me from my receding hairline and beer gut” common.


#54

Nice Ferrari Huayra Assoluto


#55

Thank you, Captain Obvious :wink:


#56

It looks like someone took the best bits from a Huayra and a 488, before meshing them together to create one alluring machine.


#57

2017 Assoluto Promessa 246GT


You’ve heard of companies trying to match Assoluto in their own game, but this time we’ve taken the initiative and began punching well below our usual price class in the premium sports car territory. Co-operation with Zavir Motori for the superb AS24 V6 and breakthroughs in carbon fiber technology allowed us to sell a true exotic in every sense for just $60,000.

The Promessa is a modern day resurrection of our very first Mid Engined car, the V6 powered Promessa of the 60s. Carbon fiber body work and meticulous attention to weight savings allowed the car to dial in at a 984 KG curb weight, one of, if not the lightest sports car in production today. Due to its light weight, power steering was deemed unnecessary, allowing a true sporting feel that is rare to find today. No lift Aerodynamics and high grip tires ensure excellent performance when driven at its limits.

Engine

Engine: 2.4 liter 60 degree V6 24 valve Zavir AS24 DOHC with Bosch Direct Injection
Bore x Stroke: 81.9 x 75.9
Compression: 11.1:1
Weight: 132.5 KG
Redline: 9100 RPM
Power: 280 HP @ 8400 RPM
Torque: 260 NM @ 6800 RPM
Transmission: 6 speed F1 Sequential Manual with viscous differential

Chassis

Length: 3980mm
Curb Weight: 984 kg
Tires: F 205mm R 255mm Pirelli P Zero All Season Performance Tires
Brakes: F 1 Piston 250mm vented disc R 1 Piston 260mm vented disc
Material: Aluminum Monocoque with Carbon Fiber Body panels
Layout: Rear Mid Engine Rear Wheel Drive

Performance Statistics

Power to Weight: 285 HP Per Tonne
0-60: 3.6
Top Speed: 165 MPH
1/4 mile: 11.94 @ 119 MPH
250m Cornering: 1.25G @ 124 MPH
60-0: 93 ft
MRLS: 1:41.69
Automation TT: 2:08.35
Nordeschleife: 7:57.60

Orders begin in the Frankfurt Auto Show with a price of $65,000 a piece (140% mark up)

Don’t miss your chance to be the first to own a genuine exotic for cheap!


#58

Comfort’s not bad for such a small lightweight, impressive. And the markup is realistic. The main question here is obviously (or at least I’ve been asking myself too): how low can you go for CF and is it worth it, so I’m actually happy you went and took the plunge.


#59

I like this re-purposing.

Also, are we talking Track spec elise here or does this actually have an intetior? :smiley:


#60

Premium interior. Why would a brand like this sell a car like that? This is meant as a 4C counterpart lol. We’re trying to eat into the lucrative 50-60K market.


#61

The Mistral team calls this “Peasant spec” :smiley:
Yeah, but that pricetag and that name does give a lot of cars a run for their money in the desirability department.