Veritas RS III: German Sportscar Equipped with 600Hp BMW M5 V10

Resurrecting the name of Germany’s first Formula 1 team, Veritas is a small company that was created by a group of international motor racing enthusiasts counting just seven people. Their newest project is the RS III that will be built in a strictly limited series of only 50 vehicles per year, with first deliveries expected to begin at the end of 2008.

The one-seater sport roadster is based on a monocoque frame while its body is made entirely from carbon-kevlar. Power comes from a supped up BMW M5 5.0-liter V10 engine that develops 600 Hp. Tipping the scale at 1,070 kg or 2,360 lbs, the RS III can go from zero to 100 km/h or 62 mph in just 3.2 sec and on to a top speed of 347 km/h or 216 mph. -Continued

The German company’s future plans also include a hardtop coupe version of the RS III that will be able to seat a passenger along with a GT variant, both of which will be introduced in late 2009



BMW 5,0l, V8, manual transmission (V10, automatic transmission)


4999 cm³


480 PS (600 PS)


329 km/h (347 km/h)

Acceleration (0-100 km/h):

3,6 s (3,2 s)

L x B x H:

4990 x 1974 x 974 mm


1080 kg (1170 kg)


2840 mm


Tubular framework




BMW with the option of various ratios and locks


Independent with Öhlins shock-absorber components

Tyres / wheels:

Brabham RS, 10,5 x 20 285/30-20, 12,5 x 20 335/25-20


TRW Racing, front: 6-piston, 380mm, rear: 4-piston, 355mm


Stainless steel manifolds, metal sport catalysers, stainless exhaust system with flap control

Interior appointments:

Nappa leather bucket seats, harness belt

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