I remember reading that the braking system was set up so in wet conditions the front 2 wheels would deliberately lockup, allowing the rear 2 wheels to gain added braking traction on the dry lines that would be created!!!!!!! The car its self was no slouch powered by a 4.2ltr V8 putting 400bhp on tap to the rear 20” wheels that would drive it upto 185mph. originally debuted in 2004 a production version was made available in 2005 with some slight revisions and named the PMI Covini due to the collaboration in its development between then. To date approximately 6-8 cars a year have been produced.
and in 2008 a Spider version was built-
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