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About The SSC Ultimate Aero - One Of The Most Expensive Cars:Average Price in 2012: $654,000 USD
The SSC Ultimate Aero is a sports car produced by SSC North America, previously known as Shelby
SuperCars - the car has its engine mounted in the middle. The limited production version was the fastest
production car in the world, beated by the Bugatti Veyron Super Sport in 2010), which obtained a top speed
of 412.29 km/h - many believe this will change when the SSC Tuatara will leave the production line, claimed
to reach a top speed of 444 km/h.
SSC claims that the revised, more powerful and lighter weight 2009 Ultimate Aero TT can reach of a top speed
of over 430 km/h. The SSC Ultimate Aero does not have electronic features such as ABS brakes or traction
control, as Jerod Shelby said: "Early design philosophy on the car was to make it a driver's car. I wanted a car
that you not only throttled with your right foot but at times you could steer with your right foot."
Design of the Aero includes the use of butterfly doors like the ones found on the McLaren F1 and Enzo Ferrari.
For car construction is used carbon-fiber and titanium, reducing the car weight to 1,293 kilograms for the basic
The standard Aero model is fitted with a supercharged V8 Chevrolet Small Block engine generating 1,077 PS
and using 91 octane gasoline. The Ultimate Aero has larger engine displacement of 6.34L and increased power
resulting in a total of 1,203 PS.
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|SSC Ultimate on Road||SSC Ultimate Rear View||Ultimate Aero Supercar|