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2010 Aspira F620

Lot No.: 565

Registration: KX10APF
Chassis Number: RCR904090009010023
Engine Number: 029455
Number of cylinders: 8
CC: 6162
Year of Manufacture: 2010
RHD/LHD: Right Hand Drive
Sold for (£): 68,625

 

  •  The only road-going Aspira with full UK-registration
  •  A one-off hand-built carbon-fibre supercar based on an RCR Superlite Coupé
  •  Powered by a 6.2-litre Chevrolet V8 pushing out 480 bhp
  •  Under 4,000 miles on odometer• Under 4,000 miles on odometer

 

The Aspira F620 was developed from a collaboration between two British entrepreneurs, Henry Nickless and Craig Gillingham, using the RCR Superlite Coupé as a basis. The vision was to have a road-legal car that could perform on circuit when required, and so the Aspira chassis utilised an aluminium monocoque with a rear mounted subframe featuring full adjustable rose-jointed suspension and housing a crated Chevrolet 6.2-litre V8 engine with a programmable ECU capable of some 480 bhp. Like many modern supercars, this car benefits from a hydraulic lift kit to raise the front of the car and pass over those tricky surfaces.

Open the carbon-fibre driver's door and an impressively finished interior awaits - completed by an executive jet trimmer, the cabin reportedly cost almost £40,000 alone, with the total cost of the car surpassing £250,000. In 2010, and after 2 years of development, this Aspira F620 was given its MAC certificate ensuring that it was a legally compliant ‘low-production' production car and compliant with the UK IVA regulations under low-volume criteria - this meant it is the only F620 with full UK registration. With the American power unit at the rear and the car weighing little more than a tonne, the power-to-weight ratio promises an exhilarating drive on the road and on a circuit (where it was intended to be used). It has covered just 3,900 miles since being built, is supplied with a UK V5c, and will arrive at the sale with a fresh MOT.

This Aspira F620 is a truly unique hand-crafted masterpiece that wouldn't look out of place in any supercar collection or mixing it at a track day and parked outside the pub on a Sunday morning it would do your 'credibility rating' no harm at all.