Following its Geneva Motor Show world debut from a couple of months ago, the Italdesign Zerouno Duerta is being brought forward once more.
The supercar, which is Automobili Speciali’s second project after the Zerouno Coupe, has hit the road in an official promo. The short film reveals the highly limited Zerouno Duerta driven in a mountain scenery with its roof down.
In between the background music, we can hear its naturally aspirated V10 engine growl. Borrowed from the Audi R8 V10 Plus, this divine powerplant delivers the exact same output: 610PS (602hp / 449kW) and 560Nm (413lb-ft) of torque, allowing the Zerouno Duerta to reach a top speed of over 320km/h (199mph).
Measuring 4,847mm (190,1in) in length, 1,970mm (77,6in) in width and 1,204mm (47,4in) in height, the Italdesign Zerouno Duerta is 421mm (16,6in) longer, 30mm (1,9in) wider and 36mm (1,4in) shorter than the second-gen Audi R8. The supercar is limited to only 5 units, with each one reportedly costing €1.9 million ($2.3 million). Not that it matters but the production batch was sold out long before its public debut.
A particular feature of the car is its removable carbon fiber roof, with a targa-style setup. The driver needs to take it down and put it up manually, but in case of a sudden shower, they have an emergency soft-top as well, which protects the cabin from any unwanted raindrops.