Apart from customizing previously launched cars like VW Polo, Porsche Cayenne, Hummer, etc. first time for the Indian auto lovers, DC is going to give a boon in January 2015 named as DC Avanti – the first Indian sportscar with dazing looks. The company will provide only 500 cars of this Avanti sports coupe with charming looks and modern interior features for the expected price of INR 35 Lac.

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Engine and Performance

Mechanically, the car is expected to run on a 2.0-litre 16 valve turbocharged Eco Boost petrol engine mated with a 6-speed manual gearbox which is going to produce the power of 250 hp and 360 Nm torque. The supercar has the ability to hit the mark of 100 kmph in less than 7 seconds. The engine provides enough boost to the Avanti for easily achieving the top speed of 250 kmph which is really surprising with such an affordable supercar. The car is expected to deliver 10 kmpl mileage.

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Exteriors and Interiors

Externally, DC Avanti has got the fabulous sporty look which is inspired from the Ferrari 458. The supercar is garnished with daylight LEDs which give clear vision of eyebrows to its bi-xenon headlamps. Funky muscle lines on the side view, body colored ORVM with turn-indicator, 19” alloy wheels for better griping on the road and the rear view seems to be taken from the Porsche, makes it a really stunning supercar from every exterior aspects. Talking about the cabin, DC Avanti comprises of 3-spoke steering wheel, trendy seats and stylish speedometer which are a little more than our expectations from an Indian car. The 2-door supercar has a perfect compartment with enough headroom for two.

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Verdict

Being the first sportscar of India, everyone is expecting much from the DC designers and the car seems to have the caliber to stand upto public expectations and demands. The car also seems to have a fair price tag as per its capabilities are concerned. Though, the only flaw which seems to reside in the car is the unmatched and inappropriate back body design with its front view.