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Joss JP1 Supercar Shown at Melbourne 4
Jul
Posted by Alex Ion in Joss, JP1, Super car news, supercar on 07 4th, 2011

Super car aficionados down under now have a new reason to be thrilled. The new Joss super car JP1 supercar went on show at the Australian International Motor Show in Melbourne. This fresh edition supercar from Australian Supercar maker Joss Developments is immensely masculine and would lure you.

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The JP1 was on show wearing an alluring red wrap. The vehicle is said to be capable of attaining a high speed of 360 km/h (224 mph), which in fact is 20 km/h (12 mph) faster than the earlier model.

The car was presented with a light chassis constructed of carbon fiber and aluminum. The powertrain yields a power of 500-horsepower (373 kW / 507 PS). This aluminum V8 with a 6.6-liter displacement engine is united with an Albins Zeroshift Automated Manual Transmission (AMT) for extreme performance. The car can race from 0-100 km/h (62 mph) in just 3 seconds and from 0-160 km/h (0-100 mph) in just 6 seconds.

The maker plans to bring in only 25 high-end pieces of the unique edition automobile, and could be made available for around $526,000.



Joss supercar Teased for AIMS Debut 28
Jun
Posted by Alex Ion in AIMS, Automotive News, Joss on 06 28th, 2011

Joss Developments Limited has published a new rendering of their upcoming supercar. Gear up.

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The bespoke JP1 features a sleek carbon fiber body with massive wheels and L-shaped headlights.

The model is expected to feature a mid-mounted V8 engine with more than 500 hp (373 kW / 507 PS). It will be connected to a six-speed manual transmission that enables the 940 kg (1,411 lb) variant to accelerate from 0-100 km/h in less than 3.0 seconds and hit an estimated top speed of 340 km/h (211 mph).

Set to debut at the Australian International Motor Show (AIMS), the company will build approximately 25 vehicles a year for $500,000 AUD ($520,440 USD / €366,950) each.

Stay tuned.







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