Brit company launches track version of its GTS sports car
9 January 2009

British supercar company Farbio has launched a stripped-down track-day version of its Farbio GTS350 Supercharged, aimed at buyers who want to go racing.

The Farbio Track Day Car weighs just 965kg thanks to a stripped-out interior and lightweight replacement parts such as a bag instead of a fuel tank.

The same 350bhp 3.0-litre V6 engine from the GTS350 Supercharged powers the Farbio Track Day Car, but Farbio says up to 450bhp can be extracted from the engine for a power to weight ratio of 471bhp per tonne.

The gearbox is uprated and there’s a limited-slip differential, along with track-oriented Toyo R888 tyres. Despite the modifications, the Farbio Track Day Car is road legal but can be built to order for racing, with the option of a roll cage.

Farbio will initially build 25 Track Day Cars, with an entry-level price of £73,500.

Dan Stevens

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