Torino Design ATS Wild 12 Hybrid Concept Unveiled
ATS in collaboration with Torino Design finally took the carton off the ATS Wild 12 Hybrid concept at the Parco Valentino Salone in Turin, Italy this weekend. This concept will go into production next year in a limited edition of only 30 models. The car will be assembled at former Bugatti factory in Campogalliano where the EB110 was made.
This new concept boasts aggressiveness and appealing design characterized by short sloping hood, thin grill, four aggressively designed barrel headlights and muscular stance enhanced by sculpted flanks. Rear end features thin horizontal tail lamps, a massive two-piece air diffuser and a sizable oval exhaust pipe.
The interesting exterior design is assisted with equally appealing engine setup as Wild 12 Hybrid concept comes with twin-turbo 3.8L V12 engine coupled with two electric motors. punching 860hp all together. The maximum torque is specified as 918 Nm. The electric motor acts on the front axle while conventional engine powers the rear axle to enable an all-wheel drive effectively.
Extensive use of light weight carbon fiber material in body structure will help to maintain the total curb weight within permissible limits. There are no details available about interior layout as cockpit hasn’t been assembled yet.
Other important performance parameters are as follows:
Engine: 3.8-liter twin turbo V12 engine
Power & Torque: 860 HP / 918 Nm (678 lb-ft)
Transmission: 9-Speed Automatic transmission
0-60 mph Time: 2.6 Seconds (almost close to defunct Bugatti Veyron)
Top Speed: 242 MPH (390 km/hr)
Drivetrain: All-Wheel Drive
The on-board lithium-ion battery pack will enable to run on electric power upto 30 km (19 miles). Performance parameters are really impressive. There are no exact details available about power to weight ratio as well as the price tag of the car, but given these specs and looks, surely it won’t be easily affordable. Keep tuned and we will let you know more details about this new concept as soon as they are available.