Hi-tech sports car will appear at London's luxury show
17 July 2009

IFR’s hi-tech Aspid sports car will be making a rare appearance at London’s Salon Prive motor show later this month.

The Spanish-built IFR Aspid is inspired by racing cars, with features including an F1-style steering wheel and suspension set-up and a claimed sub-3.0sec 0-62mph time.

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Ignacio Fernández, IFR’s founder, said: “The increasing popularity of the Salon Privé, which is fast becoming a highlight of the motoring calendar, makes it an ideal venue for displaying the Aspid.

“Those with a passion for fast cars seem to have a natural affinity for technical innovation. As a showcase of lightweight technology, the Aspid should appeal to visitors to this event.”

The Salon Prive luxury and supercar show takes place at London’s Hurlingham Club from 21-24 July.

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