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Nowy model Zerouno (13)

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IN PHOTO: Lucky new owner Steven Lismont The lucky owner of a limited edition Italdesign Zerouno was able to collect his brand new toy yesterday (2ndOct17). Steven Lismont also had the opportunity to experience his new car???s performance and characteristics for the first time, with a test drive of about 100 km around Italdesign???s headquarters in Moncalieri, Italy. ??sBased on same experience I wasn???t expecting such a high-performance vehicle to be so easy and pleasant to drive??? said the owner upon completing the mixed-route drive. ??sIt's a car that provides amazing sensations during sporty driving, but it's also suitable for everyday use. This combination of craftsmanship, sportiness and every day usability makes the ZeroUno unique..??? The car was delivered to Steven Lismont by Italdesign's CEO J?srg Astalosch, along with members of the company's Management Committee and of the team that worked directly on the project. ??sWe are proud to have Steven as our first customer and to start a legacy with him. His feedback during the development and production was extremely important. Based on his experience we improved the ZeroUno further. We are especially proud of the quality of its design, engineering and production, starting from the visuals, over the HMI design and functionality, to the interior material use and the vehicle performance.??? Just five Zerouno's be built in total, each powered by the naturally aspirated V10 found in the Audi R8 and Lamborghini Huracan. Going from 0-100 km/h (62 mph) takes just 3.2 seconds, with a claimed top speed of 330 km/h (205 mph). The engine is connected to a dual-clutch 7-speed gearbox with power delivered to the road via an intelligent all-wheel drive system. All this is housed in a modular carbon-aluminum chassis that is covered with carbon fiber body panels to stand out among the crowd of supercars. Each customer has been given the chance to customize the car with the factory, meaning no two examples should ever
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IN PHOTO: Lucky new owner Steven Lismont The lucky owner of a limited edition Italdesign Zerouno was able to collect his brand new toy yesterday (2ndOct17). Steven Lismont also had the opportunity to experience his new car???s performance and characteristics for the first time, with a test drive of about 100 km around Italdesign???s headquarters in Moncalieri, Italy. ??sBased on same experience I wasn???t expecting such a high-performance vehicle to be so easy and pleasant to drive??? said the owner upon completing the mixed-route drive. ??sIt's a car that provides amazing sensations during sporty driving, but it's also suitable for everyday use. This combination of craftsmanship, sportiness and every day usability makes the ZeroUno unique..??? The car was delivered to Steven Lismont by Italdesign's CEO J?srg Astalosch, along with members of the company's Management Committee and of the team that worked directly on the project. ??sWe are proud to have Steven as our first customer and to start a legacy with him. His feedback during the development and production was extremely important. Based on his experience we improved the ZeroUno further. We are especially proud of the quality of its design, engineering and production, starting from the visuals, over the HMI design and functionality, to the interior material use and the vehicle performance.??? Just five Zerouno's be built in total, each powered by the naturally aspirated V10 found in the Audi R8 and Lamborghini Huracan. Going from 0-100 km/h (62 mph) takes just 3.2 seconds, with a claimed top speed of 330 km/h (205 mph). The engine is connected to a dual-clutch 7-speed gearbox with power delivered to the road via an intelligent all-wheel drive system. All this is housed in a modular carbon-aluminum chassis that is covered with carbon fiber body panels to stand out among the crowd of supercars. Each customer has been given the chance to customize the car with the factory, meaning no two examples should ever
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The lucky owner of a limited edition Italdesign Zerouno was able to collect his brand new toy yesterday (2ndOct17). Steven Lismont also had the opportunity to experience his new car???s performance and characteristics for the first time, with a test drive of about 100 km around Italdesign???s headquarters in Moncalieri, Italy. ??sBased on same experience I wasn???t expecting such a high-performance vehicle to be so easy and pleasant to drive??? said the owner upon completing the mixed-route drive. ??sIt's a car that provides amazing sensations during sporty driving, but it's also suitable for everyday use. This combination of craftsmanship, sportiness and every day usability makes the ZeroUno unique..??? The car was delivered to Steven Lismont by Italdesign's CEO J?srg Astalosch, along with members of the company's Management Committee and of the team that worked directly on the project. ??sWe are proud to have Steven as our first customer and to start a legacy with him. His feedback during the development and production was extremely important. Based on his experience we improved the ZeroUno further. We are especially proud of the quality of its design, engineering and production, starting from the visuals, over the HMI design and functionality, to the interior material use and the vehicle performance.??? Just five Zerouno's be built in total, each powered by the naturally aspirated V10 found in the Audi R8 and Lamborghini Huracan. Going from 0-100 km/h (62 mph) takes just 3.2 seconds, with a claimed top speed of 330 km/h (205 mph). The engine is connected to a dual-clutch 7-speed gearbox with power delivered to the road via an intelligent all-wheel drive system. All this is housed in a modular carbon-aluminum chassis that is covered with carbon fiber body panels to stand out among the crowd of supercars. Each customer has been given the chance to customize the car with the factory, meaning no two examples should ever be the same. Steve Lismont is the lucky o
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The lucky owner of a limited edition Italdesign Zerouno was able to collect his brand new toy yesterday (2ndOct17). Steven Lismont also had the opportunity to experience his new car???s performance and characteristics for the first time, with a test drive of about 100 km around Italdesign???s headquarters in Moncalieri, Italy. ??sBased on same experience I wasn???t expecting such a high-performance vehicle to be so easy and pleasant to drive??? said the owner upon completing the mixed-route drive. ??sIt's a car that provides amazing sensations during sporty driving, but it's also suitable for everyday use. This combination of craftsmanship, sportiness and every day usability makes the ZeroUno unique..??? The car was delivered to Steven Lismont by Italdesign's CEO J?srg Astalosch, along with members of the company's Management Committee and of the team that worked directly on the project. ??sWe are proud to have Steven as our first customer and to start a legacy with him. His feedback during the development and production was extremely important. Based on his experience we improved the ZeroUno further. We are especially proud of the quality of its design, engineering and production, starting from the visuals, over the HMI design and functionality, to the interior material use and the vehicle performance.??? Just five Zerouno's be built in total, each powered by the naturally aspirated V10 found in the Audi R8 and Lamborghini Huracan. Going from 0-100 km/h (62 mph) takes just 3.2 seconds, with a claimed top speed of 330 km/h (205 mph). The engine is connected to a dual-clutch 7-speed gearbox with power delivered to the road via an intelligent all-wheel drive system. All this is housed in a modular carbon-aluminum chassis that is covered with carbon fiber body panels to stand out among the crowd of supercars. Each customer has been given the chance to customize the car with the factory, meaning no two examples should ever be the same. Steve Lismont is the lucky o
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The lucky owner of a limited edition Italdesign Zerouno was able to collect his brand new toy yesterday (2ndOct17). Steven Lismont also had the opportunity to experience his new car???s performance and characteristics for the first time, with a test drive of about 100 km around Italdesign???s headquarters in Moncalieri, Italy. ??sBased on same experience I wasn???t expecting such a high-performance vehicle to be so easy and pleasant to drive??? said the owner upon completing the mixed-route drive. ??sIt's a car that provides amazing sensations during sporty driving, but it's also suitable for everyday use. This combination of craftsmanship, sportiness and every day usability makes the ZeroUno unique..??? The car was delivered to Steven Lismont by Italdesign's CEO J?srg Astalosch, along with members of the company's Management Committee and of the team that worked directly on the project. ??sWe are proud to have Steven as our first customer and to start a legacy with him. His feedback during the development and production was extremely important. Based on his experience we improved the ZeroUno further. We are especially proud of the quality of its design, engineering and production, starting from the visuals, over the HMI design and functionality, to the interior material use and the vehicle performance.??? Just five Zerouno's be built in total, each powered by the naturally aspirated V10 found in the Audi R8 and Lamborghini Huracan. Going from 0-100 km/h (62 mph) takes just 3.2 seconds, with a claimed top speed of 330 km/h (205 mph). The engine is connected to a dual-clutch 7-speed gearbox with power delivered to the road via an intelligent all-wheel drive system. All this is housed in a modular carbon-aluminum chassis that is covered with carbon fiber body panels to stand out among the crowd of supercars. Each customer has been given the chance to customize the car with the factory, meaning no two examples should ever be the same. Steve Lismont is the lucky o
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The lucky owner of a limited edition Italdesign Zerouno was able to collect his brand new toy yesterday (2ndOct17). Steven Lismont also had the opportunity to experience his new car???s performance and characteristics for the first time, with a test drive of about 100 km around Italdesign???s headquarters in Moncalieri, Italy. ??sBased on same experience I wasn???t expecting such a high-performance vehicle to be so easy and pleasant to drive??? said the owner upon completing the mixed-route drive. ??sIt's a car that provides amazing sensations during sporty driving, but it's also suitable for everyday use. This combination of craftsmanship, sportiness and every day usability makes the ZeroUno unique..??? The car was delivered to Steven Lismont by Italdesign's CEO J?srg Astalosch, along with members of the company's Management Committee and of the team that worked directly on the project. ??sWe are proud to have Steven as our first customer and to start a legacy with him. His feedback during the development and production was extremely important. Based on his experience we improved the ZeroUno further. We are especially proud of the quality of its design, engineering and production, starting from the visuals, over the HMI design and functionality, to the interior material use and the vehicle performance.??? Just five Zerouno's be built in total, each powered by the naturally aspirated V10 found in the Audi R8 and Lamborghini Huracan. Going from 0-100 km/h (62 mph) takes just 3.2 seconds, with a claimed top speed of 330 km/h (205 mph). The engine is connected to a dual-clutch 7-speed gearbox with power delivered to the road via an intelligent all-wheel drive system. All this is housed in a modular carbon-aluminum chassis that is covered with carbon fiber body panels to stand out among the crowd of supercars. Each customer has been given the chance to customize the car with the factory, meaning no two examples should ever be the same. Steve Lismont is the lucky o
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IN PHOTO: Lucky new owner Steven Lismont with the Italdesign team The lucky owner of a limited edition Italdesign Zerouno was able to collect his brand new toy yesterday (2ndOct17). Steven Lismont also had the opportunity to experience his new car???s performance and characteristics for the first time, with a test drive of about 100 km around Italdesign???s headquarters in Moncalieri, Italy. ??sBased on same experience I wasn???t expecting such a high-performance vehicle to be so easy and pleasant to drive??? said the owner upon completing the mixed-route drive. ??sIt's a car that provides amazing sensations during sporty driving, but it's also suitable for everyday use. This combination of craftsmanship, sportiness and every day usability makes the ZeroUno unique..??? The car was delivered to Steven Lismont by Italdesign's CEO J?srg Astalosch, along with members of the company's Management Committee and of the team that worked directly on the project. ??sWe are proud to have Steven as our first customer and to start a legacy with him. His feedback during the development and production was extremely important. Based on his experience we improved the ZeroUno further. We are especially proud of the quality of its design, engineering and production, starting from the visuals, over the HMI design and functionality, to the interior material use and the vehicle performance.??? Just five Zerouno's be built in total, each powered by the naturally aspirated V10 found in the Audi R8 and Lamborghini Huracan. Going from 0-100 km/h (62 mph) takes just 3.2 seconds, with a claimed top speed of 330 km/h (205 mph). The engine is connected to a dual-clutch 7-speed gearbox with power delivered to the road via an intelligent all-wheel drive system. All this is housed in a modular carbon-aluminum chassis that is covered with carbon fiber body panels to stand out among the crowd of supercars. Each customer has been given the chance to customize the car with the factory, meaning no
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The lucky owner of a limited edition Italdesign Zerouno was able to collect his brand new toy yesterday (2ndOct17). Steven Lismont also had the opportunity to experience his new car???s performance and characteristics for the first time, with a test drive of about 100 km around Italdesign???s headquarters in Moncalieri, Italy. ??sBased on same experience I wasn???t expecting such a high-performance vehicle to be so easy and pleasant to drive??? said the owner upon completing the mixed-route drive. ??sIt's a car that provides amazing sensations during sporty driving, but it's also suitable for everyday use. This combination of craftsmanship, sportiness and every day usability makes the ZeroUno unique..??? The car was delivered to Steven Lismont by Italdesign's CEO J?srg Astalosch, along with members of the company's Management Committee and of the team that worked directly on the project. ??sWe are proud to have Steven as our first customer and to start a legacy with him. His feedback during the development and production was extremely important. Based on his experience we improved the ZeroUno further. We are especially proud of the quality of its design, engineering and production, starting from the visuals, over the HMI design and functionality, to the interior material use and the vehicle performance.??? Just five Zerouno's be built in total, each powered by the naturally aspirated V10 found in the Audi R8 and Lamborghini Huracan. Going from 0-100 km/h (62 mph) takes just 3.2 seconds, with a claimed top speed of 330 km/h (205 mph). The engine is connected to a dual-clutch 7-speed gearbox with power delivered to the road via an intelligent all-wheel drive system. All this is housed in a modular carbon-aluminum chassis that is covered with carbon fiber body panels to stand out among the crowd of supercars. Each customer has been given the chance to customize the car with the factory, meaning no two examples should ever be the same. Steve Lismont is the lucky o
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The lucky owner of a limited edition Italdesign Zerouno was able to collect his brand new toy yesterday (2ndOct17). Steven Lismont also had the opportunity to experience his new car???s performance and characteristics for the first time, with a test drive of about 100 km around Italdesign???s headquarters in Moncalieri, Italy. ??sBased on same experience I wasn???t expecting such a high-performance vehicle to be so easy and pleasant to drive??? said the owner upon completing the mixed-route drive. ??sIt's a car that provides amazing sensations during sporty driving, but it's also suitable for everyday use. This combination of craftsmanship, sportiness and every day usability makes the ZeroUno unique..??? The car was delivered to Steven Lismont by Italdesign's CEO J?srg Astalosch, along with members of the company's Management Committee and of the team that worked directly on the project. ??sWe are proud to have Steven as our first customer and to start a legacy with him. His feedback during the development and production was extremely important. Based on his experience we improved the ZeroUno further. We are especially proud of the quality of its design, engineering and production, starting from the visuals, over the HMI design and functionality, to the interior material use and the vehicle performance.??? Just five Zerouno's be built in total, each powered by the naturally aspirated V10 found in the Audi R8 and Lamborghini Huracan. Going from 0-100 km/h (62 mph) takes just 3.2 seconds, with a claimed top speed of 330 km/h (205 mph). The engine is connected to a dual-clutch 7-speed gearbox with power delivered to the road via an intelligent all-wheel drive system. All this is housed in a modular carbon-aluminum chassis that is covered with carbon fiber body panels to stand out among the crowd of supercars. Each customer has been given the chance to customize the car with the factory, meaning no two examples should ever be the same. Steve Lismont is the lucky o
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The lucky owner of a limited edition Italdesign Zerouno was able to collect his brand new toy yesterday (2ndOct17). Steven Lismont also had the opportunity to experience his new car???s performance and characteristics for the first time, with a test drive of about 100 km around Italdesign???s headquarters in Moncalieri, Italy. ??sBased on same experience I wasn???t expecting such a high-performance vehicle to be so easy and pleasant to drive??? said the owner upon completing the mixed-route drive. ??sIt's a car that provides amazing sensations during sporty driving, but it's also suitable for everyday use. This combination of craftsmanship, sportiness and every day usability makes the ZeroUno unique..??? The car was delivered to Steven Lismont by Italdesign's CEO J?srg Astalosch, along with members of the company's Management Committee and of the team that worked directly on the project. ??sWe are proud to have Steven as our first customer and to start a legacy with him. His feedback during the development and production was extremely important. Based on his experience we improved the ZeroUno further. We are especially proud of the quality of its design, engineering and production, starting from the visuals, over the HMI design and functionality, to the interior material use and the vehicle performance.??? Just five Zerouno's be built in total, each powered by the naturally aspirated V10 found in the Audi R8 and Lamborghini Huracan. Going from 0-100 km/h (62 mph) takes just 3.2 seconds, with a claimed top speed of 330 km/h (205 mph). The engine is connected to a dual-clutch 7-speed gearbox with power delivered to the road via an intelligent all-wheel drive system. All this is housed in a modular carbon-aluminum chassis that is covered with carbon fiber body panels to stand out among the crowd of supercars. Each customer has been given the chance to customize the car with the factory, meaning no two examples should ever be the same. Steve Lismont is the lucky o
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The lucky owner of a limited edition Italdesign Zerouno was able to collect his brand new toy yesterday (2ndOct17). Steven Lismont also had the opportunity to experience his new car???s performance and characteristics for the first time, with a test drive of about 100 km around Italdesign???s headquarters in Moncalieri, Italy. ??sBased on same experience I wasn???t expecting such a high-performance vehicle to be so easy and pleasant to drive??? said the owner upon completing the mixed-route drive. ??sIt's a car that provides amazing sensations during sporty driving, but it's also suitable for everyday use. This combination of craftsmanship, sportiness and every day usability makes the ZeroUno unique..??? The car was delivered to Steven Lismont by Italdesign's CEO J?srg Astalosch, along with members of the company's Management Committee and of the team that worked directly on the project. ??sWe are proud to have Steven as our first customer and to start a legacy with him. His feedback during the development and production was extremely important. Based on his experience we improved the ZeroUno further. We are especially proud of the quality of its design, engineering and production, starting from the visuals, over the HMI design and functionality, to the interior material use and the vehicle performance.??? Just five Zerouno's be built in total, each powered by the naturally aspirated V10 found in the Audi R8 and Lamborghini Huracan. Going from 0-100 km/h (62 mph) takes just 3.2 seconds, with a claimed top speed of 330 km/h (205 mph). The engine is connected to a dual-clutch 7-speed gearbox with power delivered to the road via an intelligent all-wheel drive system. All this is housed in a modular carbon-aluminum chassis that is covered with carbon fiber body panels to stand out among the crowd of supercars. Each customer has been given the chance to customize the car with the factory, meaning no two examples should ever be the same. Steve Lismont is the lucky o
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The lucky owner of a limited edition Italdesign Zerouno was able to collect his brand new toy yesterday (2ndOct17). Steven Lismont also had the opportunity to experience his new car???s performance and characteristics for the first time, with a test drive of about 100 km around Italdesign???s headquarters in Moncalieri, Italy. ??sBased on same experience I wasn???t expecting such a high-performance vehicle to be so easy and pleasant to drive??? said the owner upon completing the mixed-route drive. ??sIt's a car that provides amazing sensations during sporty driving, but it's also suitable for everyday use. This combination of craftsmanship, sportiness and every day usability makes the ZeroUno unique..??? The car was delivered to Steven Lismont by Italdesign's CEO J?srg Astalosch, along with members of the company's Management Committee and of the team that worked directly on the project. ??sWe are proud to have Steven as our first customer and to start a legacy with him. His feedback during the development and production was extremely important. Based on his experience we improved the ZeroUno further. We are especially proud of the quality of its design, engineering and production, starting from the visuals, over the HMI design and functionality, to the interior material use and the vehicle performance.??? Just five Zerouno's be built in total, each powered by the naturally aspirated V10 found in the Audi R8 and Lamborghini Huracan. Going from 0-100 km/h (62 mph) takes just 3.2 seconds, with a claimed top speed of 330 km/h (205 mph). The engine is connected to a dual-clutch 7-speed gearbox with power delivered to the road via an intelligent all-wheel drive system. All this is housed in a modular carbon-aluminum chassis that is covered with carbon fiber body panels to stand out among the crowd of supercars. Each customer has been given the chance to customize the car with the factory, meaning no two examples should ever be the same. Steve Lismont is the lucky o
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The lucky owner of a limited edition Italdesign Zerouno was able to collect his brand new toy yesterday (2ndOct17). Steven Lismont also had the opportunity to experience his new car???s performance and characteristics for the first time, with a test drive of about 100 km around Italdesign???s headquarters in Moncalieri, Italy. ??sBased on same experience I wasn???t expecting such a high-performance vehicle to be so easy and pleasant to drive??? said the owner upon completing the mixed-route drive. ??sIt's a car that provides amazing sensations during sporty driving, but it's also suitable for everyday use. This combination of craftsmanship, sportiness and every day usability makes the ZeroUno unique..??? The car was delivered to Steven Lismont by Italdesign's CEO J?srg Astalosch, along with members of the company's Management Committee and of the team that worked directly on the project. ??sWe are proud to have Steven as our first customer and to start a legacy with him. His feedback during the development and production was extremely important. Based on his experience we improved the ZeroUno further. We are especially proud of the quality of its design, engineering and production, starting from the visuals, over the HMI design and functionality, to the interior material use and the vehicle performance.??? Just five Zerouno's be built in total, each powered by the naturally aspirated V10 found in the Audi R8 and Lamborghini Huracan. Going from 0-100 km/h (62 mph) takes just 3.2 seconds, with a claimed top speed of 330 km/h (205 mph). The engine is connected to a dual-clutch 7-speed gearbox with power delivered to the road via an intelligent all-wheel drive system. All this is housed in a modular carbon-aluminum chassis that is covered with carbon fiber body panels to stand out among the crowd of supercars. Each customer has been given the chance to customize the car with the factory, meaning no two examples should ever be the same. Steve Lismont is the lucky o
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