Montecarlo Automobile is Monaco's first car manufacturer
The company celebrates its 30th anniversary this year
The car runs on both gasoline and hydrogen-enriched LPG
The car is named after the well-known second last corner of the famous Monaco Grand Prix circuit
The supercar will have a removable roof panel, and will be built in a limited run of 15 units
The Rascasse is reported to deliver 500bhp from its mid-mounted BMW-sourced 5.4 litre V12
Montecarlo Automobile, Monaco’s first car manufacturer, has revealed a new supercar named the Rascasse.
Named after the well-known corner of the Monaco Grand Prix circuit, the Rascasse is reported to deliver 500bhp from its mid-mounted, 5.4 litre V12 sourced from the Rolls-Royce Silver Seraph. It can run on both petrol and hydrogen-enriched LPG.
The supercar will feature a removable roof panel, and will be built in a limited run of 15 units, each priced from £425,000. The interior of the Rascasse is decorated with wood trim, inspired by luxury speedboats. Its exterior styling takes inspiration from the Ferrari Enzo, F40 and F50.
Montecarlo Automobile is also planning a more powerful version of the Rascasse which will use a hybrid system, four-wheel drive and supercharging.