The twin-supercharger engine delivers 1200 bhp / 882.3 kW at 7,000 rpm and produces a peak torque of 1,250 Nm at 4,200 rpm.
The transmission was a proprietary development by Weber Sportcars which also is built in-house. The semi-automatic sequential six-speed gearbox is operated via shift paddles on the steering wheel, the method of choice in today’s super sports cars. Of special importance was an extremely short shift time of just 40 milliseconds between gears, as well as maximum durability under the enormous strain of 1,250 Nm of cut-wrenching torque.
The intelligent all-wheel drive system with dynamic power distribution to all four wheels is also a proprietary development from Weber Sportcars. Electronically controlled differentials ensure maximum traction under all road conditions and thus always the best-possible acceleration. Up to 36 percent of the engine’s power is transferred to the front wheels.
The combination of light-weight design, enormously powerful engine, high-end four-wheel drive, an active traction control system derived from Formula One racing and innovative aerodynamics gives the Weber Sportcars supercar acceleration times previously only attained by purebred racecars. The two-seater sprints from rest to 100 km/h in just 2.5 seconds and reaches 200 km/h after just 6.6 seconds. Thanks to its favorable power-to-weight ratio and exceptionally low drag it passes the 300 km/h-mark after just 16.2 seconds. Top speed is more than 400 km/h.