Montecarlo Automobile has released preliminary details and photos of the Rascasse supercar.

Montecarlo Automobile has released preliminary details and photos of the Rascasse supercar.

Looking quite generic and with a yacht-inspired interior, the model has received its name after the Monte Carlo circuit corner. It will be limited to just 15 units and each will cost no less than 500,000 EUR (about 655,600 USD or 425,000 GBP).

It's powered by a mid-mounted BMW-derived 5.4-liter V12 engine which churns 500 bhp (373 kW). The same mill was used for the 1998 Rolls-Royce Silver Graph where it developed 326 bhp (243 kW).

Interestingly, the supercar can run on gasoline and hydrogen-enriched LPG thanks to a system developed by Italian LPG specialist BRC. A more powerful variant of the Rascasse is already in the works and will come with supercharging, hybrid setup and an all-wheel drive layout.

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