Pretty sure it has more than 500hp. It's allowed more fuel than the hybrids, hence more power and more theoretical top speed.
Rebellion R-One AER specs
|Curb weight||835 kg (1841 lbs)|
|Years built||2015 - 2016|
|Engine type||V6 Twin Turbo DOHC|
|Displacement||2.0 l (122 ci / 1999 cc)|
|Power||500 ps (493 bhp / 368 kw)|
|Power / liter||250 ps (247 hp)|
|Power / weight||599 ps (591 bhp) / t|
|Transmission||XTrac 7 speed Sequential|
|Layout||middle engine, rear wheel drive|
R-One AER competition
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saxy 7y ago
tyler 7y ago
The car was always around 500hp(which made no sense to me blame the ACO) you can't forget that the LMP1 cars in general have much better aerodynamics than the LMP2 prototypes.
FastestLaps 7y ago
500 ps? Did they move down from 620 to 500 ps when they changed from Toyota V8 to AER twin turbo V6?
620 wasn't nearly enough to challenge 900 hp hybrids. 500 is, I think, LMP2 territory.