The Milan Red is here to stay, as after being unveiled at the end of July, it now took to Austria’s capital city, Vienna, at St. Stephen’s Cathedral, for a new photo shoot.
Limited to 99 examples, each of them with “breath-taking characteristics”, according to the automotive start-up, it’s named after a bird of prey and features a carbon fiber construction.
Elsewhere, the new hypercar that aims to take on the big boys in the segment, including Bugatti and Koenigsegg, benefits from carbon ceramic brakes, clever adjustable suspension and CFRP double wishbones.
At the time of writing, Milan Automotive had yet to release images of the interior, but claims that it’s “stunning” and has “the visualization of the driver’s heartbeat”.
As for the powertrain, this is a quad-turbo 6.2-liter V8 engine that makes a roaring 1,325PS (1,306hp / 974kW) and 1,400Nm (1,033lb-ft) of torque. It works together with a dual-clutch seven-speed automatic gearbox, which channels output to the rear axle.
Not surprisingly, the Milan Red is almost on the same level with the Bugatti Chiron in terms of straight line performance. The 0-100km/h (0-62mph) sprint is completed in 2.47 seconds, and the 200km/h (124mph) mark is achieved in 5.46 seconds, whereas top speed is claimed to be “way beyond 400km/h” (249mph).
Milan should drop more details about their hypercar in the coming months, along with an extensive image gallery. Until then, they’re trying to attract wealthy buyers, who will have to pay some €2 million ($2.3 million) in Europe for the Red.