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Dutch's D8 GTO

Source: Hotcarzone.Com
Saturday, December 22, 2012

Recently, the Dutch sports car manufacturer Donkervoort released their new work D8 GTO.

Donkervoort D8 GTO is a cooperative development effort with Audi, its chassis is made from carbon fiber and steel materials, the reliability is proven in the Dubai 24 hour race.

Independent Dutch sports car maker Donkervoort unveiled the concept D8 GTO at the end of last year, and now the pre-production testing has finally been completed. Slated for release, they are in the final stages of fine tuning the sports car. Powered by an Audi engine, which they claim to be the most reliable, powerful, and compact on the market, which is rated to produce 340 horsepower in its standard form. Acceleration data is also impressive, taking only 6.1 seconds to reach 200km/h from 100 km/h. Only 25 units will be manufactured this time around, and 19 vehicles have been put on the reservation list.





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