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Ultima Can-am specs

Car type Open-wheeler
Curb weight 924 kg (2037 lbs)
Origin country United Kingdom
Views 13k
Submitted by BumRush

Performance

0 - 100 kph3.3 s
Est. 0 - 60 mph3.1 s
0 - 100 mph6.9 s
1/4 mile11.1 s @ 133.0 mph
Top speed329 kph (204 mph)
Ultima Can-am acceleration graph

Powertrain specs

Engine type N/A V8
Displacement 5.7 l (348 ci)
Power 608 ps (600 bhp / 447 kw)
Torque 705 Nm (520 lb-ft)
Power / liter 107 ps (105 hp)
Power / weight 658 ps (649 bhp) / t
Torque / weight 763 Nm (563 lb-ft) / t
Transmission 6 Speed Manual
Layout middle engine, rear wheel drive

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Fangio Man  8y ago

One of my dream cars!


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venom  12y ago

im in america too :) i found it on craigslist, it even had all the racing gear with only for only 5500!


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427  12y ago

"hey anomynous ive actually been finding some pretty cool stuff lately, i found a go-kart (literally a go-kart) for 5k"

And I found one at a dealership for 11K here in America!


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427  12y ago

And the only American with sense enters......

You Europeans are right. Around here in New England, you can buy an previous gen. Civic for more than a new one! And don't get me talking about San Diego....


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PhantomPorsche  12y ago

Fastestlaps is telling the truth. You can buy a pretty nice BMW 5 series (used of course but in pretty nice condition) in Germany for cheap, around the same price as a beat up Honda Civic with a parking bench spoiler here in the US.


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FastestLaps  12y ago

Cars like this DO NOT depreciate like your 1970 GREMLIN FastestLaps. You cannot be driving anything else for $1000 that would go with that helmet.

If I was in America it would really be the case. So, it's unlucky situation for you, my dear. In Europe we can buy some pretty decent stuff for 1000 dollars. old and not in tip-top condition but still in working order. As for the helmet - it's bike helmet. I hope you didn't imagine me driving to the shops in my car with this helmet on.


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venom  12y ago

hey anomynous ive actually been finding some pretty cool stuff lately, i found a go-kart (literally a go-kart) for 5k that will go 0-60 in 3.0 seconds and reach 120. it may not be a car but in terms of fun its up there with a lot of really fast bikes.


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venom  12y ago

when you buy a pure purpose impractical performance car that costs 75k it is not gonna hold value. and i agree my friend dumped around 8k (i think, maybe less) into a camaro (im pretty sure it was 1978 model) and had it pushing 680 bhp in a thinned out racing body. these things don't last too long though, on a rainy day his brakes locked up, it hit another car and the body fell apart like paper, even cutting through the engine block.


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John Elliott  12y ago

Why waste money? This cost me just under $3K plus the motor. It is lighter and probably a little faster. Here are some old shots when the car was not done, but you get the idea...
http://s371.photobucket.com/albums/oo159/johnelliott24/X%20the%20inexpensive%20sportscar/


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Anonymous  13y ago

Cars like this DO NOT depreciate like your 1970 GREMLIN FastestLaps. You cannot be driving anything else for $1000 that would go with that helmet.


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FastestLaps  13y ago

dont put me in here with all you poor bums lol

So you think you're a rich person when you buy a ridiculously expensive car and then watch it depreciate?


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Anonymous  13y ago

dont put me in here with all you poor bums lol


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Anonymous  13y ago

hey, not everbody has use for an everyday car! and there is SOME level ao praticality, but imgine what this does on a track!!


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FastestLaps  13y ago

Let's face it, it's stupid to spend 75 grand for a car. My car cost me less than 1000 dollars and I have no complaints!


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PhantomPorsche  13y ago

For 75 grand you can get a nice GT-R with four seats, leather, trunk and no soul, thats a bargain!


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FastestLaps  13y ago

Oh common! 75k for something that has absolutely no practical usability REALLY IS for the wealthy end of population.


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PhantomPorsche  13y ago

Really! I thought it was like 500,000 dollars. My fault lol.


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Anonymous  13y ago

Richer population?? this babys on $75,000!! i wouldnt say thats for the Richer population, but i get what your saying.


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PhantomPorsche  13y ago

It sure is! Definatly this is a toy for the richer part of the population


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Adam  13y ago

this car look's as if though they made a race car road legal