The hypercar carries a twin-turbo 4.0-liter V10 engine developed by Rodin and engine manufacturer Neil Brown Engineering, mounted on an FZERO carbon fiber composite chassis, accompanied by an electric power unit. Both produce a combined output of 865 kW and 1026 Nm while the V10 engine can spin up to 10,000 rpm. This engine is mated to a custom eight-speed gearbox.
The entire car is claimed to weigh just 698 kg, which Rodin says means the FZERO responds very well to minimal braking forces. Equipped with 380mm carbon brake rotors at each corner and six-pot titanium calipers at the front and four-pot rear, the FZERO is claimed to have the best braking system in its class.
A set of 18-inch magnesium forged rims, co-built with OZ Racing produced to Formula 1 standards are wrapped in racing-spec slick tires developed by Avon.
As for the car’s bodywork, there’s clearly a huge focus on aerodynamics. The FZERO’s bodywork is capable of producing up to 4000 kg of downforce, nearly six times the hypercar’s own weight.
Built to be the fastest and most advanced hypercar in its class, the FZERO is designed without the limitations of racing regulations or traffic rules. The sole goal of this hypercar is to be the fastest car on the race track.
Owners of these hypercars can configure the FZERO to their liking, as certain aspects of the car can be changed based on the driving style and the track it will be on. Owners of these hypercars also receive access to custom racing outfits, storage, vehicle delivery, as well as racing training at Rodin’s private race track.