Take A Closer Look At The Always Angry Apollo Intensa Emozione

The Apollo Intensa Emozione is perhaps the most striking hypercar of the moment, featuring a crazy sharp bodywork that mixes organic shapes with the proportions of an GT1 race car.

The company, which partnered with motorsport specialist HWA to complete the development of the IE, has said that they are going to build just 10 examples of the stunning hypercar. Pricing is estimated at around $2.6 million for each one.

The Intensa Emozione is built upon a carbon tub and features all-carbon bodywork. Apollo claims that the hypercar tips the scales at just 1,250kg (2,755lbs). Power comes from a Ferrari-sourced naturally aspirated 6.3-liter V12 that can rev over 9,000rpm and produces 769hp and 560lb-ft of torque.

The all-carbon theme continues to the front and rear subframes as well. The suspension features adaptive Bilstein dampers and adjustable anti-roll bars.

Apollo says that it will offer the option of an even more powerful version, with the naturally aspirated engine pushing out 1,000hp and revving past 11,000rpm. Power goes to the rear wheels via a six-speed sequential transmission from Hewland.

Carfection spent some time with Apollo’s general manager, Ryan Berris, who shares with us some of the numerous details of the Intensa Emozione.


  • Six_Tymes

    its amazing.

  • I still had a doubt of this car, disgrace to Gumpert legacy.

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