Today, Montes shows to the world, the successor from the M200: the M300.
The M300 follows the legacy of its predecessors: to offer a car, both suitable for driving on public roads, and to give free rein in its natural habitat: the circuit.
That all-new car, instead featuring carbon fiber panels fitted into a steel tubular chassis, it uses a carbon fiber monocoque, combined with carbon fiber panels, to make a very lightweight but with more torsional stiffness.
The new design, features a new full matrix LED headlights, but with laser for high beam lights.
The front and rear spoiler it gives 608N of downforce at 200km/h, giving good stability and cornering at high speeds.
The aerodynamic door handles, it reduces the amount of turbulences that passes around, so that the flow is as clean as possible, maximizing aerodynamic efficiency and downforce.
The twin fuel caps allows quick and comfortable refueling in the circuits as well as in daily use.
The new heart, a 4.0 flatplane V8 race-spec MRP engine, called MZ408E, is a square engine, direct injection, with 4 valve/cylinder, with VVT and VVL, with a block built in magnesium, and AlSi head.
That compact but powerful unit, gives 496.7HP@ 8900RPM, and 435.3Nm@ 7100RPM. High-revving engine, but with good low-end torque (342Nm @ 2000RPM). It only weights 178.6kg.
The individual throttle bodies provides a great and quick response.
The differential, is a helicoidal Quaife mechanical LSD as standard. But a optional electronic-controlled differential is available.
The available gearboxes are two (both six-speed): a manual (as standard), and a sequential, as optional.