A Forego T700 made lighter and quicker will come after supercar maker Tushek releases the Renovatio T500. The Slovenian company seeks to offer a vehicle that will compete with the Lamborghini Aventador. It will be built using a carbonfibre monocoque chassis and titanium components so that the kerb weight can be reduced to about 1000kg.
Tushek also newly presented a render of its new T700 race car dubbed as the 'Pista'. The T700 will be powered by an engine derived from the 4.2-litre Audi V8 found in the Renovatio T500. Since it’s estimated to have about 700bhp, it’s likely to have a turbocharger or supercharger to liberate the additional power.
Tushek said that the Forego T700 has been designed and engineered with an intention to follow its "form follows function" philosophy so just expect its looks to be as dedicated as the T500.
According to Alijosa Tushek, the founder of this company, the new car can produce 3.3g in extreme cornering. There are very few details about the Forego T700 as it’s still in the development stage. So far, there has been no confirmation from the company about its price or when it will be launched. Since the T500 is already priced at £245,000, the Forego T700 is expected to cost over £300,000.