Apollo Automobil GmbH has issued several new teasers for the ApolloN scheduled to debut next week at the Geneva Motor Show.

Apollo Automobil GmbH has issued several new teasers for the ApolloN scheduled to debut next week at the Geneva Motor Show.

When a specialty marque says it has created “the fastest road car on the planet”, it certainly deserves all the attention. This is a bold statement taking into account the ApolloN will debut in Geneva where Bugatti will also show the Chiron which rumors say will top out at 290 miles (467 kilometers) per hour.

Even if this purported top speed is not true, we still expect the Chiron to hit a maximum velocity of more than 260 mph (418 kph) taking into account the Veyron Super Sport WRE was electronically-capped at 258 mph (415 kph.) In this context, the ApolloN is setting up some extremely high expectations.

The latest teaser is the most revealing of them all, showing the rear deck lid with a carbon fiber roof scoop and central spine. We also notice a rear wing meant to boost downforce at the rear axle while in another teaser image you’ll observe the prominent carbon fiber front splitter. The front air intakes are also made from carbon and the car sits on lightweight center locking wheels with high-performance Michelin Pilot Sport Cup 2 tires.

The ApolloN will likely serve as a direct successor of the famous Gumpert Apollo. In S specification, it had a 750-hp 4.2-liter V8 engine from Audi generating a massive torque of 663 pound-feet (900 newton meters). It did 0-62 mph (0-100 kph) in 2.9 seconds and needed just 8.8 seconds to reach 124 mph (200 kph) from a standstill.

Codenamed Arrow, expect the ApolloN to eclipse all of these numbers once it will go official in Geneva on Tuesday.

Source: Apollo Automobil GmbH

New ApolloN teasers boost excitement ahead Geneva