Rossa LM GT Concept previews new Russian supercar and track weapon
Rossa, a new Russian company, aims to produce racecars and supercars despite challenges faced by the Russian automotive industry due to the war in Ukraine.
The Rossa LM GT Concept offers a preview of their plans, featuring GT2 and GT3 racecar variants, with a street-legal limited-production supercar expected after 2026.
Roman Rusinovworld, a seasoned Russian racing driver, leads Rossa's efforts, drawing inspiration from his favorite car, the Maserati MC12, known for its racing success.
Crafted by individuals formerly associated with Marussia, the Rossa LM GT Concept showcases aerodynamic elements, large intakes.
The two-seater cabin includes a racing steering wheel with a display, central touchscreen, motorsport-themed buttons.
The GT Concept claims to be developed "entirely in-house," but it likely incorporates components sourced from other companies.
Built on a carbon fiber monocoque chassis, the car features a naturally aspirated 5.2-liter V10 engine, resembling the powertrain used by the Audi R8 and Lamborghini Huracan.
The GT2 racecar, set to debut in 2024, is expected to have a starting price of around €500,000 ($543,342), catering to the high-end market.