The Apollo Arrow will be co-developed with Scuderia Cameron Glickenhaus


Apollo has announced that, for the development of its Arrow it will count with the collaboration of Scuderia Cameron Glickenhaus (SCG) and Manifattura Automobili Torino (MAT). The new company founded from what remained of Gumpert joins these two to actually make the prototype of hiperdeportivo presented in the past Geneva 2016.

After the name of “Project Titan”, it hides a sport racing very radical and will include a motor V12 kw that will be unveiled during the spring of 2017, and even the brand announces its presence at the Goodwood Festival of Speed 2017. For your version of street there will be a Apollo Arrow S that you will have a motor V8 Bi-turbo of spectacular figures of rendimiento.


To give you an idea, Scuderia Cameron Glickenhaus is known lately for his spectacular sporting career SCG 003C able to put in check the other major prestige brands. All the experience and technology, including the chassis, the SCG 003C will serve as the basis for developing both Apollo Arrow, both the V12 racing as the V8 road.

on the other hand Manifattura Automobili Torino, who designed and built the aforementioned SCG 003C, at the moment it is working both on the SCG 003S as in the Apollo Arrow. It should be noted that your design will be distinctive with their own language of Apollo, a design very strong aerodynamic. The three companies have shown their enthusiasm for the joint project.

it should Be recalled that during the presentation of Apollo Arrow in Geneva, the hiperdeportivo rode a mechanical V8 4.0-liter developing nothing less than 1000 HP of power and 1,000 Nm of torque maximum in combination with a sequential transfer of the seven-speed. This incredible peak power makes moving the 1300 kg of weight from 0 to 100 km/h in 2,9 seconds, and circular speeds of up to 360 km/h.

During the Geneva Apollo announced that it would build only 100 units on the Arrow, all of them at the taste of the customer for customization of the exterior and interior is concerned. Another feature of the Arrow was that the prototype presented had been approved for road circulation but in addition comply with the safety standards of the FIA which allows it to compete in a good number of competitions. Now this is a vehicle multi-purpose.