Bespoke automakers and tuners seem to be popping up around the world, and that even includes Central Europe’s Slovenia – home of supercar maker Tushek. As a follow-up to Tushek’s 450-hp roadster called the Renovatio T500, the 2014 Tushek T600 was recently introduced at the annual Top Marques of Monaco event.
Tushek’s website only lists the Renovatio T500 and the future Forego T700, but Motor Authority managed to find some information on the new T600. Like the T500, the T600 boasts a high-power V-8 engine and a lightweight chassis to the tune of 620 hp and just 2,470 pounds of curb weight. That means the Tushek T600 has an incredible power-to-weight ratio of just 1:4.
Performance specs have not been released for the Tushek T600, but it should be considerably faster than the 450-hp, 2,500-pound T500. That car has specs that 0-62 mph in 3.7 seconds to go with a top speed of 193 mph. The MA report also says that the hand-built Tushek T600 has a chassis constructed of carbon and titanium helping make the car rigid and nimble with max lateral acceleration of 1.8g as proof.