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An innovative roadster concept dubbed the Aspid could put Iberia back on the map as far as sports cars are concerned
By Matt Vella
Spanish engineering consultancy IFR Automotive is previewing its first concept car, the Aspid, a luxury sports car that should make its debut at the British International Motor Show in late July. The Aspid features a lightweight aluminum and carbon body design that allows its 400-hp engine to rocket the speedster from zero to 62 mph in 2.8 seconds. The car's styling, with flat sides and crisp angles, is a futuristic take on the classic hot rod design. Scissor doors that open vertically add to the flair. IFR hopes to begin selling a production version of the vehicle next year. Estimated price: $150,000.
The Verdict: The Aspid could put Spanish sports cars back in the running.