Unveiled: The First Supercar out of Brazil

What has five exhaust tips and 1,000-hp? Nope it's not a Lambo, Ferrari or Bugatti, it's the first ever supercar to make its way from Brazil. Recently renamed the Amoritz GT DoniRosset, entrepreneur William Denis Rosset began envisioning his future project in late 2008. With the help of Brazilian designer Fernando Morita and loads of cash, he was able to make his dream into a reality by producing a clay prototype and releasing new renderings of the envisioned supercar.

Unveiled: The First Supercar out of Brazil

Unveiled: The First Supercar out of Brazil

The DoniRosset will take its power from an ethanol-converted Dodge Viper 8.4L V10. While ethanol doesn't sound all that exciting a twin-turbocharged 1,007-hp V10 is plenty to think about. The transmission will come in the form of a six-speed sequential gearbox and will be mounted central to the car like that of the McLaren F1. Like most new supercars the shape is modeled after a Lamborghini Gallardo, which is a good place to start. Originally many thought the DoniRosset to be a Lambo one-off, but after seeing a clay representation Rosset says rich friends were quick to place deposits on the $1 million supercar.

Unveiled: The First Supercar out of Brazil

See more of the DoniRosset here

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