See why Mexican hypercar Inferno could give Bugatti Chiron a run for its money

Inferno Exotic Car is definitely a showstopping hypercar that is sure to incite a response from anybody who takes a peek at it. This is the third supercar developed in Mexico, but the futuristic design was conjured up by Italian chief designer, Antonio Ferrarioli. 
The Inferno made its debut at the Expo Bancomer where people had the opportunity to get up close and personal with this powerful piece of machinery. Let's take a look at a few of the specs that sets this masterpiece apart from the rest. 
Let's start with the body of the car. According to Car Scoops, the design is a "love it or loathe it" concept because of the harshness of the lines. The over-sized wing, five tailpipe exhaust system, and five spoke wheels coupled with the red, silver and black colors set the tone of a high-power vehicle. 
The exterior is made from Metal Foam, which is a zinc-aluminum-silver alloy material. Motor Authority indicates that the metal is durable, but also stretchy. This means that the skin of the car is protected against minor nicks or scratches. 
It's the known specs of the car that prove that it is a powerhouse. NY Daily News describes the Inferno can reach 245 MPH, 1,400b horsepower , a twin-turbo V8 engine with 670 torque. Not to mention it goes from 0 to 62 mph in under three seconds. Of course, the price tag is yet to be determined. 
You definitely don't see a car like this every day. The total specs will be released later in 2016. Until then, we can all just dream. Do you know a car lover? Be sure to share this with them! 

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