Monte Carlo Rascasse
Monte Carlo has revealed an LPG-powered V12 Rascasse supercar with a price tag of £425,000
Another supercar challenger has arrived, but the Monte Carlo Automobile (MCA) Rascasse is a little different. Although powered by a V12 engine, it's able to run on petrol or hydrogen-enriched LPG.
Named after the famous final corner of the Monaco grand prix, MCA will ensure exclusivity to owners of the Rascasse by limiting production to only 15 units. Power is provided by a mid-mounted 500bhp 5.4-litre V12, which was previously fitted to the 1998 Rolls-Royce Silver Seraph, although power is up by 170bhp over the Rolls.
Decked with a yacht inspired wooden interior and a removable roof, the Rascasse is reminiscent of the Ferrari Enzo and Lamborghini Aventador in its styling, and has a similar price tag, too - prices start at £425,000.
The Monaco-based manufacturer is also planning to produce a more powerful hybrid version that will feature a supercharged engine and four-wheel drive.