Monday, October 4, 2010

Mastretta MXT, Cheap Super Car

Paris, Mastretta MXT Cheap Super Car- If so far only developed countries like America, Italy, Germany or Japan are able to make a super car, a third world country of Mexico to prove themselves they can also do it.

Mastretta which is an automotive company of Mexico just shows their supercar that will soon be marketed to the public world that is MXT in the event the Paris Motor Show which is still ongoing.

Even for salaries of workers in Mexico is lower than the salaries of workers in developed countries before, then the selling price of a super car Mastretta MXT was so much cheaper when compared with the price of super cars made in a Ferrari or Lamborghini.

Because Mastretta MXT has exterior design with a clear line of curvature is estimated to be worth only U.S. $ 50,000 to $ 60,000 or approximately Rp 445 million to Rp 534 million alone.

This car actually been developed since 2006 and has been shown in prototype form at the British Motorshow in London in 2008. At that time, Mastretta MXT intend to market starting in 2009. But because the economic situation does not allow the time to market this car back one year.

But what makes this Mexican super car special? It turned out that despite coming from third world countries, the ability Mastretta MXT is not inferior to supercars from developed countries.

Armed with the light weight is only about 900 kg, Mastretta MXT capable of accelerating from 0 to 100 km per hour in just 4.9 seconds only. This capability they can thanks to a capacity of 2.0 liter Duratec engine with 4-cylinder that is equipped with a turbocharger.

The machine is equipped with MTX-75 transmission 5-speed manual is capable of removing the peak power to 250 hp with 340 Nm of torque and can run up to the speed of 230 km per hour.

The plan even though derived from the American continent, a new Mastretta MXT will market in Europe first before they set foot in the United States. The target Mastretta MXT able to sell up to 150 units per year, with long-term goal to be 500 units.

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