The German tuning firm Carlsson announced earlier this month of their latest sports car project dubbed the C25. This came prior to the Geneva Motor Show, where we all got to see the Carlsson C25 masterpiece. From the front view of the car, you can describe it as dynamic and aggressive, with trapezoid shapes for the large air inlets. Typical Carlsson styling if you ask me, but if you look at it from the side, it confirms the fact that we are looking at classic GT-proportions, with a front centered engine. The rear view is just as impressive, and even holds a highly visible aerodynamic functionality.
In fact, the complete project shows that the Carlsson C25 was built to make it very stable at extreme speeds. Why is that? Well the car carries a V12 biturbo engine capable of producing 753 hp and 1,320 Nm of torque, however they limited it to 1,150 Nm. These performance numbers allow the C25 to accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h in only 3.7 seconds, with an electronically limited top speed of 352 km/h. All standard Mercedes safety features were kept in tact, featuring the ABS, ESP, Airbags, crash behavior, and pedestrian protection. If you’re interested in the this car you better contact Carlsson quickly, since they will only be making 25 units of the C25 sports car.