Apollo IE Looks Mental Testing At A Rain-Soaked Race Track

Thought the Apollo Intensa Emozione looked impressive in recent studio shots? Well, these pictures of the supercar undergoing track testing will leave you breathless.

Ever since premiering its supercar in late October, Apollo has been putting the IE through its paces, recently conducting tests at Italy’s Cremona Circuit. To say it looks purposeful would be an understatement.

Powering the IE is a 6.3-liter naturally-aspirated V12 engine reportedly sourced from the Ferrari F12. This powertrain delivers 769 hp and 561 lb-ft of torque and is mated to a titanium exhaust that creates a truly mesmerizing sound. Apollo claims the IE will reach 62 mph (100 km/h) in just 2.7 seconds and top out at 208 mph (335 km/h).

With a design that makes most other supercars seem bland in comparison, the Apollo IE has already created many fans and will continue to do so in its lead up to production. Here’s hoping the project becomes a reality and doesn’t fall through like so many others before it.

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  • Shahul Usman

    WOWZA…now thats a stunning car

  • Adi

    GTA version of Ferrari FXX-K ?

  • jsz00

    Looks most excellent, but why the camo to begin with?

    • donald seymour

      Protection on certain parts, I perceive.

    • Or they just want to look cool.

  • Kannag Don Amenra

    This is absolutely raw and what a hyper car should look like. Apollo know how to do a Bat-mobile right.

  • LOOKS LIKE SOMEONE WHO’S MENTAL WAS LET LOOSE IN THEIR GARAGE WITH SOME SCRAP METAL AND A BLOW TORCH.

  • Six_Tymes

    I love this car, its what the new mclaren should have been. or something like it. GO APOLLO!!!

  • Oh this will go to production. They already got few orders, which is a shame to Apollo brand.

  • SteersUright

    Super stunning looks, super duper v12 engine, super performance = supercar. Take note McLaren, your jelly beans could learn a thing or too about what supercars ought to look like.

  • Bash

    I want this car!

  • Chris

    This thing one day gonna crawl out under your Ferrari poster or if you are a grown up, your family portrait, and you gonna only notice a black spot on your wall in your peripheral visual field. But it won’t be a casual spider, it’s most likely a viscious insect-like alien from another planet that’s about to eat you alive.

  • Mark Seven-Ultranine

    Gorgeous! A little more grounded in reality than the Devel 16 or the Inferno.

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