PPI Speed Design GmbH has created two new supercars based on the Audi V10 Spyder and V8 Spyder – the PPI Razor Spyder GTR and Spyder GT. Both cars are a complete re-interpretation of the open-air version of the existing Razor GT/GTR coupe already in production.
After extensive modification, the non-turbocharged V10 engine produces with over 621 bhp at 7400 rpm and maximum torque of 565 Nm at 6400 rpm to give a 0 to 100 km/h time of 3.2 seconds and a claimed top speed of 335 km/h.
The bodywork modifications have given the supercar a striking widebody appearance refined in the wind tunnel. Special attention was paid to the reduction of the car’s weight, which was achieved by PPI’s extensive use of the high-strength F1 and aerospace-proven carbonfibre technology.
The aluminium-reinforced carbonfibre doors feature an open air-exposed feel even with the top up.
Of particular importance are the specialized air channels and exhaust area vents designed to provide maximum cooling to the engine and maintain a negative pressure exhaust vacuum to pull hot air out of the engine bay.
The Razor Spyder GTR and GT were designed in California and further developed in Germany.