It’s the country that gave us Juan Manuel Fangio, Alejandro de Tomaso and Horacio Pagani and the world is a better place because of them. However, it has been a country without a supercar to call it’s own. Argentine F1 driver, Clemar Bucci (of Fangio’s era), had hoped to change that, and began work on a new supercar which would bear his name. Bucci passed away in 2011, but the project has moved forward, and will soon debut.
The Bucci Special Supercar has all the ingredients of a race-bred supercar: a 7.3-liter AMG-sourced V12 which sends its 600 horsepower though a Pagani-built six-speed transmission. The only thing it does not have is a roof. It is a proper roadster.
There are only a few details available on the Bucci Special Supercar and we have given you almost all of those already. One more detail is very encouraging. The company remains in the hands of the Bucci family which means it will have the lineage of its native sons. We will bring more details as they are available. Hopefully, the Bucci supercar will make it to other markets and will perform on par with the worlds finest, just as Fangio did before.