Production-ready DC Avanti Photographed; Specs and Details here

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We have been reporting in detail about the first Indian sportscar- DC Avanti. Now, several production-spec units of the Avanti have been caught inside what looks like an assembly line.

At the Auto Expo 2014, DC Design showcased the production ready Avanti along with two other concepts. The car has been spied testing many times in Maharashtra. Now, it seems DC Design is prepping itself for the launch of the car. DC Designs will manufacture the car at their Talegaon plant this year. The fully India built car is expected to be priced between INR 25-30 lakhs, making it the cheapest sportscar on sale in India.


Powering the DC Avanti will be the Ford-sourced 2.0 liter Ecoboost mill. This 2.4 liter block belts out a max output of 240 bhp and a peak torque of 360 Nm and will be mated to a 6-speed manual transmission. The car tips the weighing scales at 1,562 kgs and can reach 100 kmph from standstill in under 7 seconds.


Here is the detailed technical specification of the DC Avanti:

Dimensions and Weight
Overall length 4550 mm
Overall width 1965 mm
Height 1200 mm
Wheelbase 2700 mm
Front track 1670 mm
Rear track 1650 mm
Ground Clearance 170 mm
GVW weight* 1580 kg
MMT6 6 Speed Manual 6 Speed Manual
Front 255×35 R20
Rear 295×30 R20
Front Disk 330X30 Ventilated
Rear Disk 294X 10 Solid
Type  Petrol Turbo Euro-4 compliant
Capacity 2000 cc
Maximum Power 248 bhp @ 5500 RPM
Maximum Torque 340 nm @ 2750-5000 rpm (250 lb/ft @ 2750-5000 rpm)
Maximum Speed Limit 180 kmph (limited)
DRIVE Rear Wheel Drive
ACCELERATION 0 to 100 kmph in 6 sec
FRAME Space Frame with Roll Cage
BODY Carbon Composite- CFRP
SUSPENSION Double Wishbone
LIGHTING All LED with Bi-halogen head lamps

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  • akash says:

    limited 180 kmph ????? why its better they don’t launch this car with limited speed of 180 kmph….

    a 240 bhp car can easily touch 240 kmph…. they should not limit the speed…..