The ADR3 CN is engineered to accept a Suzuki Hayabusa motorcycle engine as well as a Honda K20 2-liter engine mated to a Hewland FTR transmission.
Other versions of the ADR can also be chosen, as it allows for multiple engines. It can also be equipped with a Ford Duratec 2.0 litre engine ranging from 200hp to 300hp or a Nissan 3.0 V6 engine that produces 375hp at 8,000rpm, both coupled to a 6 speed Hewland FTR sequential gearbox. With its innovative engineering, these cars allow interchangeability between bike and car engines. This gives the ADR3 CN exceptional versatility to comply with various race series and tournament regulations around the world.
ADR3 CN stands out for its quality of the CAD design, race-engineered chassis and components, and wind-tunnel-proven bodywork.
The chassis of the ADR3 is approved by the FIA. Besides, it's a powder-coated space frame chassis. The body is made using a lightweight GRP gel-coated body. In higher versions, Kevlar and carbon fiber are used.
The suspension is handled by fully adjustable front and rear pushrod double-wishbone.
ADR3 CN Price: 73.000€ (£64.950 + VAT)