2008 Veritas RS III.
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The Veritas RS III – The first monocoque will be made in a series of max 30 cars beginning in 2008; facelifts are planned annually from 2009.
In 2009, Veritas will also make a hardtop Coupé version of the two-seater RS III.
Pure passion. Absolute dedication. And the unalterable belief in authentic and uncompromising motor racing. This is the stuff of automobile legends. And why they remain unforgettable.
The Veritas RS III, the modern version of the first German Formula 1 racing car, leaves you in no doubt about its heritage thanks to its impressive design, perfect engineering and incomparable responses.
After all, the 600 PS of the V10* engine need to be mastered – without the invisible help of today's otherwise omnipresent electronic aids, such as anti-skid brakes, traction control and power brakes.
The Veritas RS III recreates the pure feeling and fascination of an authentic racing car: true race feeling.
Manual or sequential transmission, racetrack or road – the RS III ensures an untainted racing feeling.
Engine: BMW 5,0l, V8, manual transmission (V10, automatic transmission)
Displacement: 4999 cm³
Power: 480 PS (600 PS)
V-max: 329 km/h (347 km/h)
Acceleration (0-100 km/h): 3,6 s (3,2 s)
L x B x H: 4990 x 1974 x 974 mm
Weight: 1080 kg (1170 kg)
Wheelbase: 2840 mm
Chassis: Tubular framework
Differential: BMW with the option of various ratios and locks
Suspension: Independent with Öhlins shock-absorber components
Tires / Wheels: Brabham RS, 10,5 x 20 285/30-20, 12,5 x 20 335/25-20
Brakes: TRW Racing, front: 6-piston, 380mm, rear: 4-piston, 355mm
Exhaust: Stainless steel manifolds, metal sport catalysers, stainless exhaust system with flap control
Interior appointments: Nappa leather bucket seats, harness belt
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Veritas suppliers work with the same high degree of enthusiasm as they do. Thanks also to their commitment and the standards they set themselves, the Veritas meets the highest expectations in every respect.
A Veritas wins its first race in front of 300,000 fascinated spectators in the first race after the Second World War. All in all, the successful racing car wins 13 German Championships and takes 29 first places within just a few years.
From 1951, the "Veritas-Nürburgring" is made in the pits of the Nürburgring racetrack.
In the same year, the unparalleled development of the racing team is crowned by the participation of a Veritas Meteor in the Swiss Formula 1 Grand Prix: Which makes the Veritas the first German Formula 1 racing car ever.
Even today, the fascination exercised by this legendary racing car is as powerful as ever.
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