a.d. Tramontana R-Edition 

  • $504k built in Spain
  • 2009
  • 720 HP 5.5L
  • 201 mph
It’s a sequential shift, attached to a six-speed Cima ’box with a clutch (there’s a semi-automatic paddleshift on offer, too).
by EVO (May, 2009)
The thrust in the back in full-bore mode is insane, and keeps coming from 1500 revs all the way to the 6000rpm redline.
by EVO (May, 2009)

Road Tests Real world tests of the a.d. Tramontana R-Edition


3.5 s
918 Spyder
2.8 s

Top speed

201 mph
Koenigsegg CCR
240 mph
231 mph

Data points Key details of the a.d. Tramontana R-Edition


918 Spyder


720 HP
M6 Coupé
552 HP

What People Are Saying Give it to me straight


Just a word of warning: if you take a passenger they had better be a close friend as rubbing legs is a standard part of the Tramontana experience.
by EVO (May, 2009)
Add the intoxicating note of the engine, steering so direct it feels like an extension of your limbs and every piece of racing tech that could reasonably cross over and you have a recipe for something quite extraordinary.
by EVO (May, 2009)
Then the next gear brings a similarly insane surge of acceleration that’s just as savage, just as ferocious, while the turbos whistling away inches from your ears give the whole car an aura of brutality.
by EVO (May, 2009)


The top speed is electronically limited to 201mph.
by EVO (May, 2009)
The factory crew have recorded 0-62mph in 3.6sec and 125mph in 10.15.
by EVO (May, 2009)
With 250kg of downforce there’s more grip than anyone could reasonably break on a public road.
by EVO (May, 2009)


The cornering speeds belong in high-end motorsportJosep Rubau never wanted to build a sports car for everyone, he didn’t want just another generic supercar project with a smattering of Ferrari at the front and Lambo at the rear.
by EVO (May, 2009)
I would, however, lose the show-orientated steering wheel and take the plain round one, as grabbing fresh air mid-corner could be seriously uncool… Pulling the canopy shut with a dull thud, a firm shove on the lever through a central point of resistance and we’re away, accompanied by the chirrup of the turbos.
by EVO (May, 2009)


They run 1.4 bar of boost and apart from the noise and the low-down torque they’re inconspicuous, but then we haven’t engaged the full works yet.
by EVO (May, 2009)


So it keeps the same 720bhp headline figure as the ‘standard’ Tramontana but with fewer revs – peak power comes at just 5000rpm as the Spaniard likes low- end torque.
by EVO (May, 2009)

Specifications Full list of technical specs


Brand a.d. Tramontana
Price $504,350
Type of car Production car
Year 2009


Body style Coupe


Drivetrain RWD w/4-Position Traction Control
Gearing Traditional

suspension, wheels & brakes

Front brakes Disc
Rear brakes Disc

physical dimensions

Curb weight 2,796 lb
Width 81.9 in
Height 51.2 in
Length 192.9 in

road tests

Top speed 201 mph
0-60mph 3.5 s
0-200kph 10.2 s
Lateral acceleration 1.22 g

power & handling

Power-to-weight ratio 3.88 lb/hp
Maximum hp 720 HP @ 5,250 RPM
Maximum torque 811 ft-lb @ 4,000 RPM
Steering system Rack and pinion


Displacement 5,513 cc
Cylinders V12
Air compressor Turbocharger
Fuels Gas
Compression ratio 9:1
Bore/stroke 3.2 in / Unknown
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