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Leblanc Mirabeau

Mirabeau is the newest car from Wysstec GmbH and Leblanc cars. A real piece of art with the spirit of race and prepared to FIA/Le Mans standards. With this kind of potential, the Leblanc Mirabeau really belongs on the racing track. The fact that it is street legal, is almost unbelievable. Swiss supercar builders, Leblanc, designed the Mirabeau (named after a corner on the famous Monaco F1 track) to comply with all the FIA / Le Mans Homologation standards to drive the racing version of the LeBlanc Mirabeau at Le Mans. The way the Mirabeau is set up, it really belongs on the racetrack.The lightweight body of the LeBlanc Mirabeau, made from kevlar and carbon fibre, hides a supercharged V8 engine borrowed from the Koenigsegg CCR, and although it is slightly detuned, it still develops over 700 horsepower.Out of Switzerland comes the Leblanc Mirabeau with a price tag of $645,084. The Leblanc Mirabeau would not look out of place on the set of a Batman movie nor competing at Le Mans. The Mirabeau's engine comes from Koenigsegg, a Swedish supercar manufacturer whose vehicles are also among the world's fastest and most expensive. The Leblanc uses a supercharged, 4.7-liter V-8 with over 700 horsepower. It is mated to a six-speed manual transmission.Like that of a typical race car, the Mirabeau's interior is rather spartan. However, the company is prepared to add options at a customer's request, and it offers a level of communication between buyer and top-level management that one could not find at a mainstream automaker. Leblanc's Web sites says that if you want a leather interior or other options, you should "feel free to contact our engineering team."To provide the power necessary to legitimately call the Mirabeau a race car, Leblanc selected a supercharged, 4.7-liter V-8 engine created by Koenigsegg. Koenigsegg is known world wide for creating supercars under their own brand. Of course, if speeds of over 250 mph the standard engine provide are not enough, you can always pay for a small upgrade and install a Formula 1 engine.For those in tune with true performance, it goes without saying that the Leblanc Mirabeau is not just a car. In fact, it is really more than a supercar. It is a true racecar. The fact that it was designed for the streets just makes it that much more of a dream to serious vehicle enthusiasts everywhere.The Leblanc Mirabeau is built to reach one aim: let the heart of a real sportscar driver beat as high as never before.The car is designed and prepared to fulfill all the FIA/Le Mans standards to drive the car in LeMans.With this kind of potential, the Leblanc Mirabeau really belongs on the racing track. That this car can be driven on public roads, is sensational.

Year : 2005
Engine : 4.7 litre Koenigsegg V8
Transmission : 6 speed sequantial
Max speed : 230 mph
0-60 mph : unknkown
Horsepower : 700 + hp
weight : 815 kg / 1790 lbs
Redline : 7600 rpm
Torque : 850 Nm
Displacement : 4700 cc
Powertrain Layout : Mid Engine / RWD
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1. SSC Ultimate Aero TT - 411.76 km/h
2. Bugatti Veyron - 400 km/h
3. Koenigsegg CCR - 388 km/h
4. McLaren F1 - 372 km/h
5. Ferrari Enzo - 355 km/h
6. Porsche Carrera GT - 334 km/h
7. McLaren Mercedes SLR - 334 km/h
8. Lamborghini Murcielago - 330 km/h

updated on 10 jan 2008.....
Most Expensive Cars
1. Bugatti Veyron 16.4 - $1,192,060
2. Pagani Zonda Roadster F C12S 7.3 - $667,320
3. SSC Ultimate Aero - $654,500
4. Leblanc Mirabeau - $645,080
5. Saleen S7 Twin-Turbo - $555,000
6. Koenigsegg CCR - $545,570
7. Mercedes-Benz SLR McLaren - $452,750
8. Porsche Carrera GT - $440,000
9. Maybach 62 - $385,250
10. Maybach 57 S - $367,000

Updated on 14-1-2008