Maguari HS1 GTS | National Class


The Maguari HS1 GTS is a new hypermodel whose development took more than ten years. It was made by the company Hispano Suiza, which has its roots in the pre-war brand of the same name, which was known for exclusive cars before the Second World War.

The forerunner of the new model is the concept car of former Audi designer Ervin Leo Himel, which was shown at the Geneva Motor Show in 2010. The production version we see 12 years later has retained the elegant silhouette of the concept, but the design has been modernized and sharpened with a distinctly aggressively stylized front end, with a huge grille that integrates narrow lights.

The deep side suction cups on the door direct the cooling air of the centrally located engine, and there it is in a pair of digital mirrors. Other design specifics are the contrasting silver front body cover, roof and rear end, which ends with light clusters connected by an LED strip, a deep diffuser and four-way exhaust pipes.

It is powered by a 5.5-liter V10 engine combined with a seven-speed automatic transmission. The unit delivers a huge 1200hp at 8400rpm and 1100Nm of maximum torque.

The original concept from Geneva was equipped with a variant of Lamborghini’s V10 engine with a volume of 5.2 liters, so it is possible that this is an improved version of that unit. Power is transmitted to the rear wheels, and acceleration from standstill to 100km / h takes 2.8 seconds. Top speed is electronically limited to 360km / h, and carmakers say it is possible to reach 400km / h.

The HS1 GTS has carbon-ceramic brakes, and despite the aluminum chassis and carbon body panels, it weighs 1890kg, much more than other non-hybrid hypermodels.

Hispano Suiza has not announced the price of the new model, but it offers unique options for the interior, including unique upholstery, color and “the finest materials that money can buy.”

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