apollo takes design cues from sharks to accommodate arrow’s aerodynamic threshold
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at the 2016 geneva motor show, apollo autombil set a new chapter in the company’s history with the ‘arrow’. looking to nature for design cues, the vehicle has a carbon fiber body with an integrated carbon monocoque for safety. 

the front face of the apollo ‘arrow’ 
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the apollo ‘arrow’ boasts an 1,000 hp V8 engine that pushes the car from zero to 100 km/h in less than 2.9 seconds. using two larger turbochargers on the top instead of the bottom results in a top speed of 360 km/h. it also has an extensively reinforced drivetrain to ensure that it can safely transfer the immense forces. apollo plan to produce a maximum of 100 unique ‘arrows’, each of them exclusively tailored to its owner.

the car is equipped with a V8 engine that outputs 1,000 hp 
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‘the arrow is truly magnificent – it is the perfect combination of german engineering and automotive art,’ explains roland gumpert, CEO and chief engineer at apollo.  ‘although it’s still a prototype, we are confident that the arrow will achieve the unimaginable.’

the ‘arrow’ is made completely from carbon fiber 
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the back fixed spoiler and aerodynamic undercarriage
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the top view
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the engine compartment on view at the 2016 geneva motor show 
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