At the Geneva Motor Show 2005,
Covini presented an interesting concept for a supersportscar.
Powered by a V8-4.2liter engine with 400hp, the car reaches a top-speed of 300km/h.
Well, that can do a lot of other cars, today.
The most interesting detail of the car are the 4-front-wheels, which make the car a 6-wheeler.
According to the brochure, the two additional front-wheels increase braking, comfort, and directional stability, and neutralize the risk of aquaplaning and tire deflation...
Hmm, I agree that on the paper these reasons are logic,
but why aren't there any more 6-wheelers out there?
Are all Ferraris unsafe?
And if you have a tire deflation, or aquaplaning at
300km/h, you will have a problem,
even with a Covini C6W!
engine: V8-4.2liter, 400hp
top speed: 300km/h
Geneva Motor Show 2005