Simbol Design Lavazza GTX-R Gets Enzo Looks, BMW V12


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.

GALLERY: Simbol Design Lavazza GTX-R

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[Source: Simbol Design via CarScoop]