Arash AF10 : 2006

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£170,000 7.0-litre Corvette Z06 engine 550.0 2006
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Arash Cars will unveil a 550bhp concept car at the British motor show next month. The AF10 is the brainchild of founder Arash Farboud, (the man who launched Farboud cars), whose show stands and the girls who grace them have become the stuff of legend, it's called the AF10 and has a projected price of £170,000.

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Arash has now decided to manufacture cars under his own name after selling Farboud Cars on to Chris Marsh who used to run Marcos.

The newcomer uses a steel and carbonfibre tub that has been designed around a 7.0-litre Corvette Z06 engine and six-speed Graziano transmission. The car will undergo extensive wind-tunnel testing with the aim of achieving a 200mph top speed.

The body is also carbon fibre, so expect a low kerbweight and 0-60mph in under four seconds. Double wishbone suspension is used on both axles.

The AF10 will be built at Arash Cars' facility in Sawston, Cambridge, a few miles south-east of Cambridge.

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Arash   Founded in 1999 by Arash Farboud. Cambridge, England.
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