Reborn Italian automaker Automobili Turismo e Sport has taken the wraps off the track-only Dieci that is already on sale.

Reborn Italian automaker Automobili Turismo e Sport has taken the wraps off the track-only Dieci that is already on sale.

While last year’s 2500 GT was a road-going supercar, the Dieci was engineered only for the track and adopts the look of a Le Mans prototype. Its heart and soul is a 1.0-liter Honda motorcycle engine producing 190 horsepower and enabling the Dieci (“ten” in Italian) to provide a power-to-weight ratio of 490 hp / ton. The impressive ratio was achieved by combining a fiberglass bodywork with a stainless steel chassis.

The 2016 ATS Dieci comes with front & rear independent fully adjustable suspension and benefits from an adjustable Quaife limited-slip differential. Stopping power is provided by Tarox brakes with six-piston calipers and front & rear ventilated discs. It rides on lightweight 13-inch alloy wheels and benefits from aluminum radiators, digital dashboard, and a Sparco steering wheel.

ATS mentions it has managed to sell 15 units already and the car is currently in the homologation process to comply with FIA’s E2B Sport Prototype regulations. Other engines can be fitted and depending on size, the vehicle's weight varies from 859 pounds (390 kilograms) to 959 lbs (435 kg).

Already on sale, the 2016 ATS Dieci carries a starting price of $43,486 (€39,900).

Source: Automobili Turismo e Sport via autoblog.com

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