MEET THE FIRST AND ONLY SUPERQUAD
THE ASTONISHING ENGLER F.F SUPERQUAD
HAND CRAFTED FROM CARBONIUM, TITANIUM, MAGNESIUM AND OTHER ADVANCED MATERIALS
VENTILATED CERAMIC BRAKES
ECS® CORNERING SYSTEM, OUR UNIQUE SETUP ENABLING THE RIDER TO EXPERIENCE THE FEEL OF EXTREME CORNERING
ULTIMATE ACCELERATION AND TOP SPEED!
Length: 4500 mm
Width: 1950 mm
Height: 950 mm
Weight: 850 kg
Wheelbase: 2650 mm
Body: Carbonium (Carbon/Titanium)
Frame construction: Aluminium
Top Speed: 350 KPH
0-100 KPH (60 MPH): 2.5 seconds
Power output: 850 BHP
Power to weight ratio: 1/1
Brakes: Cabon Ceramic
Engine5.2 liter V10
Titanium handmade exhaust system
ENGLER F.F, Beyond Perfection
Victor Engler, founder of ENGLER AUTOMOTIVE LIMITED has dreamed about building his own vehicle since the age of ten. From the very beginning his vision has always been clear, the vehicle must be unique and it must create a new and exciting driving experience.
After many years of hard work the vehicle is now reality. It falls into no known category, so we've created our own, THE SUPERQUAD. We simply made no compromises. This machine fulfills all your dreams, whether you take it on the track or drive it every day just to show off for your friends.
ENGLER F.F launches to 100 kph from a standstill in less than 3 seconds and will achieve a top speed of over 350 kph. Driven by its powerfull 5.2 liter V10, it develops an amazing 850 HP with a curb weight of only 850 Kg. This gives us exclusive membership of the 1/1 power to weight ratio “club” currently occupied by only Koenigsegg and Formula 1.
The first prototype has been completely developed and build by us. The aluminum chassis as well as the vehicle's carbon-fibre body are being completely manufactured in-house. We have designed and are manufacturing the titanium F1 style steering system.
This beast is a “one of a kind” and has no direct global competitor.
CEO of ENGLER AUTOMOTIVE LIMITED
0 -100 kph in 2.5 seconds
POWER / WEIGHT RATIO
Images on our website show concept vehicle. First production ENGLER F.F will be revealed at