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Predator is meant to be agyle, stable, with advanced visibility, 50%-50% weight distibution, and a proper balanced power to weight to give a significant advantage in race environment. Designed close to the pilots requirements with weight and safety in mind, Predator can achieve even the most demanding tasks. The frame is build from special alloy steel used usually in concordance with FIA requirements for track prototypes, finally the weight of the frame is about 140kg, this shows how radical is the knowhow and efforts hidden behind evocative aluminium panels who cover the Predator. The details makes all the difference “in terrain”, the performance and the balance pilot have in mind can be achieve trough specific detail: swing fenders for a lower visibility near wheels, butterfly wipers (optional wipers on door glass too), quick “remove and replace” windshield, mechanical winch(optional), rear steering, 3 gear-transfer case, lockable heavy duty axles. The engine is fitted to the Predator equilibrium and can offer up to 380 bhp, more than enough to spin all four 44” buggers with no effort. The Predator prototype can race in offroad extreme class and can offer agility, great stability, extraordinary claiming, mud and extreme rough terrain capability, performances impossible to achieve just “tuning” a simple offroad commercial car.
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