Hypercar 777 is the new racing model of 777 Motors with 730 HP (+ IMAGES)

The hypercar 777 is a model of 777 Engines for racing, it will arrive with 730 HP. A new brand founded by the entrepreneur and collector Andrea Levi.

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Created in collaboration with various brands in the automotive world, the 730 horsepower model is a comprehensive experience that goes far beyond what is known.

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777 Engines offered a racing model with a home simulator, special racing events, and even exercise equipment.


The idea is to manufacture a single approved vehicle for the circuit and free of regulations. Since it doesn’t meet certain standards in terms of styling, aerodynamics and power, being a model capable of truly representing the latest innovation in the track field.

Count with one FIA homologated carbon fiber monocoque and a body designed by Umberto Palermoshowing off its majestic form that references cars LMP1.

Brakes, suspension and gearbox go hand in hand with the world of racing and it was developed in collaboration with several participating partners the 24 Hours of Le Mans and the 24 Hours of Daytona.

It brings a naturally aspirated 4.5-liter V8 engine that spins up to 9,000 rpm. Generating 730 horsepower which drives the 777 without electrification. To keep the weight as low as possible, at 1,984 pounds (900 kilograms). The engine is designed to run on synthetic fuels that give 65% in CO2 emissions.

The hypercar It generates 2,100 kg (4,630 lb) of downforce at its top speed of 370 km/h (230 mph) and achieves up to 4 g’s in corners. Allowing him a lap of Monza in 1 minute 33 seconds, two seconds faster than the Glikchenhaus SGC007 managed by Romain Dumas in the 6 Hours of Monza of the WEC of 2022.

The model includes exercise machinery designed to strengthen the neck area and handle the high stresses on the track. Also bring a Tech & Sym professional GT simulator for a cost of 100,000 euros.

The clients of the 777 on the road they will have Dallara driving simulators (the same simulators used by pilots of Formula 1 and IndyCar) located in Melegari Varano and Indianapolis Motor Speedway. owns a racing kit from Sparco and a helmet from Stilo.

Seven examples of the 777 will be assembled and deliveries are scheduled to begin in 2025. The first prototype will be on display at the Monza Autodrome in 2023.

The 777 and all its extras have a price of 7 million euros, which is currently equal to US$7.1 million. includes time in track in monza with a team of support engineers when the owner wants to go for a spin.

Writing by Gossipvehículos/Source: motor1.com

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