Apollo N Spreads Its Wings But It Ain't Pretty [w/Video]

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Seen as how the so-called supercar community keeps growing, it's only fair that Apollo would remind us they make seriously fast means of transportation.

If your idea of a supercar, or hypercar even, is something that's extremely aggressive yet pretty to look at, the Apollo N probably doesn't qualify, as Apollo themselves would point out how this car's appearance is more about "brutality of styling" than anything else.

The same can be said about the interior as well, where you're not exactly spoiled by things such as leather upholstery or lots of other comfort features. Yet you still have a 12V plug in system in the passenger foot well, climate control (with AC off switch), sat-nav system, rear view camera, Bluetooth hands free and iPod control.

The Apollo N is powered by a 4.2-liter twin-turbo V8 engine, with 700 PS and 880 Nm (649 lb-ft) of torque. Though it comes standard with a sequential 7-speed transmission, you can also get it with a manual on request.

In a straight line, it will hit 100 km/h (62 mph) in 3.0 seconds flat, and fly all the way to 360 km/h (223 mph), which pretty much puts it on par with something like the Pagani Huayra.

Customers will be able to order the Apollo N in either black & white with visible carbon areas (just like this one), or go other different basic or metallic colors, per request.

Photos: Carscoops.com/Brad Anderson