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2011 Panoz Abruzzi

By luanpa in | October 16, 2010 | Comments Off on 2011 Panoz Abruzzi

The acronym stands for recyclable energy-absorbing matrix system and packing said delivers unprecedented environmental and structural policy performance benefits – although exactly how and what they are remains to be seen.The 2011 Panoz Abruzzi presents Spirit of Le Mans at least two revolutionary design innovations.

The hand-built Abruzzi “Spirit of Le Mans” is a unique, front-engine, rear-transaxle and rear-radiator super sports car – road.The powertrain will deliver 600-plus HP with 590 ft.-lbs of torque.Advanced design and aerodynamics offer astounding downforce and road-holding.

The 2011 Panoz Abruzzi Spirit of Le Mans will introduce the a three-stage TRIFECTA COOLING technology that improves engine performance and efficiency.In addition to a typical high-efficiency radiator, there are stage two and stage three cooling systems that lower coolant temperature on both the inflow to and the outflow from the radiator.The Abruzzi also extensively employs LED lighting technologies, both functionally and stylistically.

The body of the 2011 Panoz Abruzzi Spirit of Le Mans is built using the REAMS material technology – or Recyclable Energy Absorbing Matrix System – that promises to offer environmental, performance and structural advantages.

The Panoz Esperante body and chassis also extensively employs aluminum for performance, safety and efficiency.The Panoz Esperante GTLM earned world-famous stature as a race car by winning the GT2 category at both the Mobil 1 Twelve Hours of Sebring and the 24 Hours of Le Mans in a single year – 2006.







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