After what seemed like motorised eternity, Aspid has finally released their beast of a machine that is the production version of the GT-21 Invictus.
Boy oh boy this is one heck of a ride. Not even taking into consideration the incredible engineering that has gone into this ride, this is one intense looking vehicle that is worth owning on looks alone – call us fickle but the Aspid Invictus GT-21 looks just that darn good. Its aura of ruthless aggression can be attributed to sharp strategic depressions on the body, gentle contours coupled with a no-nonsense widened front that gives off an impression that it is ready to shred some serious rubber. Its black paint job adds to its badass factor. It is also rather reminiscent of the Batmobile.
This mean machine kicks out about 450 horsepower and it is powered by a fancy BMW sourced 4.4 litre engine that is said to be coupled with a seven-speed dual-clutch gearbox or six-speed manual. The Invictus GT-21 can go from 0 to 60mph in under three seconds and will bang out a top speed of 189mph. Aspid has ensured that the sports car sits at a minimal weight of 990kg, through use of composite body panels and a spaceframe chassis. Aspid has taken a lot of consideration into the safety aspect of the car by including adaptable airbags and stability control and anti-lock brakes. It should accomadate four passengers and some modest luggage. There are no details of pricing at this stage but one can make an educated guess that it will cost you more than an arm and a leg.