Apollo Intensa Emozione Supercar Would Make A Pagani Jealous

Apollo is back with an entirely new product that debuted today under the Intensa Emozione moniker, or IE for short.

It’s aimed at enthusiasts with deep pockets who would rather go for a modern supercar with a naturally aspirated V12 engine, rather than some of the eco-friendly machines currently available on the market, or in development.

At its heart lies a 6.3-liter naturally aspirated V12 engine that feeds 780PS (769hp) and 760Nm (561lb-ft) of torque to the wheels, through a sequential 6-speed gearbox, with steering wheel-mounted paddle shifters.

The new Apollo IE has a curb weight of just 1,250kg (2,756lbs) and takes 2.7sec to reach 100km/h (62mph) , from a standstill, before topping out at 335km/h (208mph). Beneath the skin, it features a carbon fiber monocoque with crash boxes, race car-inspired suspension, and carbon ceramic brakes made by Brembo.

On the outside, the supercar benefits from advanced aerodynamics, all wrapped under a design that can only be described as aggressive. It has plenty of muscular and soft lines that run across its body, a giant front splitter, wide front and rear fenders, large air intakes, a massive wing at the rear, and a central-mounted exhaust, incorporated into the bumper.

A similar design is being continued inside as well, where the Apollo Intensa Emozione features sharp lines that run across the dashboard, red upholstery, ambient LED lights, carbon fiber trim, quick-release steering wheel, and a six-point racing harness. It also gets a 12-inch high-resolution display, a 5-inch roof-mounted display to control the heating, ventilation, AC, defrost, date and time, and ambient lighting, and a digital instrument cluster.

Moreover, each future owner will be measured to have a bespoke seat made especially for them. The seats are carbon fiber shells, attached directly to the tub, with the steering wheel and pedals moving forward and backward, but for an additional cost, the automaker can throw in standard racing seats.

Apollo will only make 10 units of the Intensa Emozione, with each one costing upwards of €2.3 million ($2.7 million). Paying the sticker price means that you’ll be able to assist in its development, compete in the Time Attack program “on the most relevant European racing circuits”, and get insights about future products.



  • Bash

    OMG, sitting inside it would be like sitting on Lava! Thats crazy in a very cool way.

  • Eric

    Yes! Yes! and more YES! This is just loud enough, and somehow works better for me than some of Lamborghini’s recent concepts. I find it hard to believe that they are making any money on this, though…

    • exeptor

      Probably yes – $27M has to cover the production cost, different form of advertising and the process of development.

  • Adi

    My first thought was Laferrari mixed with Veneno. Nevertheless it looks awesome.

    • annon

      no way Adi, that’s a McLaren P1 mixed with Zonda 760S…anyways totally agree, does look good

  • Gumpy

    They’ve come a long way since the Gumpert…..a bit over the top but I guess people that can afford to buy it want it that way.

  • Gowtham Oleti

    Is it road legal??

    • Eythan Aldrich

      yes it is road legal

  • fabri99

    Very cool, can’t wait to see what this thing can do. It reminds me a lot of a P1 GTR, but with the “drama” factor at level 1000. I just wish non-italian car makers stopped abusing italian words… It may sound fancy, but it is kinda dumb to an italian speaker.

  • Hello Bugatti, sorry I think I have to cancel my Chiron …

    • Honda NSX-R

      Lol I wish I could actually say that

  • Zed68

    Ok… WOW !!!! O_O

  • HotnCool


  • Denzel



    Sold out. They’re going to be garage queens and never see the light of day. I just know it.

  • Blade t

    Pretty wild design….

  • OdysseyTag

    That interior ~ like sitting in your own heart chamber.

  • alexxx

    Just the idea of the start button on the roof is worth 2.7m….spectacular car….

  • SteersUright

    You had me at n.a. V12!!! It’ll sound like an F1 car and look like advanced alien technology…finally, a proper Supercar!!!

  • Six_Tymes

    wholly F.

  • Vassilis

    This looks so weird. Probably too weird. The chassis pictures look good though!

  • Tumbi Mtika

    I’m in love with the tips. Looks like a spaceship!

  • Kain0929

    it uses the ferrari f12 tdf engine, and it has 2 main competitors…… the mclaren senna of course 789hp and close to 600lb-ft and also the glickenhaus scg003 s its a 4.4l twin turbo ”over 750hp and over 590lb-ft” also all 3 put down some crazy downforce

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