The world’s fastest supercar: Transtar Racing Dagger GT

Posted on 18 January 2011 by Tony Santos

Transtar Racing Dagger GT_1

Back in July, we’ve seen the Transtar Racing Dagger GT taking the claims to be the world’s fastest supercar sporting 2,000-HP while going from 0-60mph in just 1.5 seconds. Believable, as it seems –prior to the engineers working for the Dagger GT with some are aerodynamic expert that used to work for NASA and the designer of the Saleen S7. Besides, the Dagger GT will house a  572 multi-fuel twin-turbo 2,000-hp engine from Nelson Racing Engines fitted with TranStar/Mendeola 6-speed transmission 0-60 mph is estimated to come in 1.5 seconds with a top speed of 314 mph.

Don’t be surprised if the Dagger GT will shattered all world records, including Nurburgring Nordschleife posted. And before this happen, the company is already prepping the 2,500-hp version.

However, you better watch out and save $450,000  if you want one parked on your garage as the production is limited to only 5 units for 2011 and 10 for 2012.

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