434bhp 1+1 supercar price confirmed
14 August 2009

The price of the Veritas RSIII has been confirmed at 342,000 euros (£295,000).

The 1+1 seat. stripped down supercar was originally unveiled as a concept as far back ago as 2001, but now makes production powered by the 434bhp 5.0-litre unit from the BMW M5.

Click here to see the Veritas RSIII picture gallery .

Weighing just 1050kg and with 406lb ft of torque, it hits 0-62mph in 4.0sec and has a top speed of 186mph.

Read our Veritas RSIII first drive, and see the picture gallery

Just 30 Veritas RSIIIs will be build, although a 611bhp version is also under development, as is a fixed roof car.

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