Tramontana R V12 racecar for the streets

Tramontana R V12 racecar for the streets

Tramontana R
The world is flooded with tiny companies building numerous forgettable exotic cars. But a European outfit called Tramontana is one company that has come up with something truly original. Their creation is called, simply, the Tramontana R Edition.

Tramontana R

The Tramontana R looks like a larger version of an open-wheel race-car. However, it is actually a 2-seater, and packs a Mercedes-Benz 5.5-litre V12, available in either 550 hp naturally-aspirated or 760 hp twin-turbo versions, the latter of which can manage 1098 Nm of torque. The twin-turbo one can also do the 0-100 kph run in a claimed 3.6 seconds, and the 0-200 kph run in 10.15 seconds.

Tramontana R

Weighing in at just 1262 kg, the R boasts a 50:50 left-to-right weight distribution, and 42:58 front-to-rear. The Tramontana R is fitted 20-inch carbon-fibre and magnesium wheels at each corner, along with high-performance 245/40 front and 335/30 rear tyres. Six-piston Brembo brakes and a custom Ohlins suspension, adjustable between 85 mm and 135 mm, are also fitted.

Tramontana R

The body and interior are carbon-fibre. The cramped cabin features a chopped-top steering wheel, LCD instrument panel and six-speed gearbox controls.

Production will be limited to 12 units per year with a price tag of €385,000. The Tramontana R will make its official debut at the Top Marques Monaco show in March this year.

What do you think?



  1. what’s with speedo. looks flat…

  2. That is the ugliest thing ever built. I think these huys are going bust before even selling one unit. dreadfully hideous. ugly beyond explanation

  3. looks good but thats not gonna sell good n ppl wont be able to drive it to tha fullest so its kinda piontless to even put that much muscle in a car thats not gonna ever get toped out unless i drive that shit. only i would be able to handle that motor nobody else…

  4. If they mount a couple of chainguns then it will be perfect..

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