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a lightweight supercar designed for the track!

The couse to power and electrification? Very little for Bermat, a new Italian manufacturer, which presents its first supercar: the GT.

At a time when the electric hypercars raining by the dozen, Bermat embarks on the production of a sports car as we do more. Standard model but also pistarde in its competition version, the Bermat GT promises to be exciting. While waiting for more information and confirmation of its entry into production, of course …

The track above all

Bermat is a young Italian manufacturer, created by Matteo Bertezzolo. The latter imagines the project since 2015, that of a sportswoman in the image of her client and faithful to the passionate values ​​of the automobile. For this, he has helped many companies like JAS Motorsport (racing stable) and Camal Studio (design and conception studio). Pick the best to restore Grand Tourism dear to the inhabitants of La Botte, in itself.

For now, only the GT-Track dedicated to the circuit should be available to order from 2022. A road car will follow on the same platform and the possibility of electric engines… Even if that still seems unclear. One thing is certain: the design do not leave indifferent. A personality emerges from the machine with huge side air intakes and a nose that goes down quite low. The GT also has gullwing doors and is adorned with exposed carbon details, very aggressive.

The Pista (it is not a Ferrari) therefore aims to compete with the best ” tracktoys ” of the market. His dimensions are more generous than they appear there with 4.6 m long, 2 m wide and a height limited to 1.2 m.

Up to 400 hp for the four legs!

All the vehicle body is carbon fiber while the monocoque chassis is made of composite materials. This concern for optimization allows the GT to descend below the 1,100 kg empty. We are far from current standards! The racing livery is also available on the racing version, as is the fixed wing which will disappear on the “street-legal” version.

On the engine side, we know that the Pista will be equipped with a small four-cylinder 2.0 biturbo developing between 320 and 400 hp for 450 Nm of torque according to the approvals. Like almost any racing car, it’s rear-wheel drive. It has a six-speed sequential gearbox as well as a self-locking. Bermat announces a 0 to 100 km / h shot in less than 4 seconds.

We learn more on the technical sheet by going to the brand’s website. the braking Features 380mm ventilated discs with six-piston calipers up front, 355mm, and four-piston rear calipers. The shock absorbers are adjustable and come from the JAS Motorsport range, as are the jantes OZ Racing 19 inch carbon. The interior is stripped down, even on the production GT, and focuses information on a 12 ″ digital instrument cluster.

Bermat, however, remains discreet about production volumes or other versions of its GT, apart from Pista.

The latter should arrive at first semester of next year and would be customizable à la carte, according to the manufacturer. The configurator is currently not accessible.

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