At $1.65-million USD, the Prodrive Hunter is touted as the world’s first all-terrain hypercar. Power comes from a twin-turbocharged 3.5L V6 engine making 600 hp and 516 lb-ft of torque, mated to a 6-speed paddle-shift transmission.
That may not sound like much power for a hypercar, but when you’re going off-road riding on massive 35-inch tires, it most certainly is faster than you’d expect. The company claims that it has a sub 4-second 0-62 mph time and a top speed of 186 mph. For extra safety, the Hunter is built on a high tensile steel space frame chassis that offers both a rigid platform to optimize the suspension geometry as well as performance, while an FIA standard safety cage protects its occupants in case of disaster. Suspension wise, there’s an all-round double wishbone suspension with twin adjustable dampers on each corner boasting 400mm of travel and six pot racing brake calipers as well as vented discs for maximum stopping power.
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We took the deliberate decision to keep the Hunter Hypercar as close to the original as possible. It’s about giving owners the opportunity to experience what it is like to drive Loeb’s Dakar car across the desert, but with all the comforts of a road car and the ability to drive it from your home, through a city, to any destination of your choice,” said David Richards, Prodrive whose chairman.