Simbol Design, based out of Italy, looks to be in the business of replicating Italian supercars such as the Ferraris Enzo and Pagani Zonda. This Lavazza GTX-R, named after its general manager Fabio Lavazza, is an Enzo replica sporting BMW’s V12 powerplant with 620-hp.
It looks like the body is made out of carbon kevlar, sporting a staggered wheel and tire setup: 18-inch in the front with 245/40s and 19-inch in the rear with massive 345/30 rubber. Oddly enough, BMW’s V12 is mated to a 6-speed electro-pneumatic transmission.
Now for a company that develops supercar replicas in Italy, their website could be a whole lot better. But it looks like the company has a reputation, being involved with designing and developing race cars since 1975. Simbol Design also offers four other vehicle models, other than the GTX-R, all vaguely sporting some styling cues from popular Italian supercars.