This is the 777 hypercar, a 730-hp track monster from Italy.
The number 7 is a recurring theme here, with even the price tag reflecting it.
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The first thing you need to know about the 777 is that it is a single-seater racer.
Everything about it was designed with speed and power in mind.
The engine is a 4.5-liter naturally-aspirated V8, sending 730 hp to the rear wheels only.
And the best part is the car weighs only 900 kg (1,900 lbs).
The car was designed and developed in Italy by Dallara, the engineer who also gave the world the Lamborghini Miura.
Production is limited to 7 units, each of which will be delivered with a set of customized Sparco racing overalls.
And since this is a bona fide track-going machine, each of the seven owners will be invited to Monza for a proper training session.
They will be able to test their skills using F1 simulators and F1-grade technology.
There are still a few things we don’t know about the 777.
However, the $7 million price tag will give you access to an extensive customization programme.
Everything from the car’s cosmetic features to the position and shape of the seat will be made to measure.
Deliveries are scheduled for 2025.
About the 777 car collection
The 777 hypercar is the brainchild of Andrea Levy, an Italian car collector who not surprisingly loves the number 7.
Every single car in the collection sports a ‘777’ number plate.
From the ultra-rare Lamborghini Aventador Ultimae Roadster to his ‘pimped out’ Tesla Model S and his Ferraris.
Speaking of which, hopefully the brand will also develop a road-going 777 Supercar with gullwing doors after the 777 Hypercar.