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  Brisk RS 01 WRC

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Country of origin:Czech Republic
Produced in:2007
Source:Company press release
Last updated:May 21, 2007
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 according to tuningnews.net  
Apparently this isnít a typical road-going Skoda; itís a unique rally car created by Czech spark-plug manufacture Brisk in collaboration with Prodrive. Albeit Briskís spec-sheet is available only in Czech, it doesnít take a nuclear physicist to make ends meet. Based on a first generation Fabia, the RS 01 WRC gets a coupe body that actually doesnít look half-bad and a supped-up 2.0TFSI engine -yes, the same as in the VW Golf GTI and Audi S3 models among others, producing 500Hp @ 7.800 rpm and 600Nm @ 3.700 rpm. Combine that with a weight of just 1.000kg or 2.200 pounds and the 2.7 sec time for the 0 to 100km/h (62mph) that Brisk announces makes (some) sense.

According to the Czech spark-plug manufacture, the RS 01 WRC is ready to be tested in rallies both nationally and abroad. In addition, Brisk says that promotional events and test drives for journalists and the general public have been planned for the immediate future
Numbers built - 1
Body design - mr.Čapek(not Capka) and his team
Weight - 1000kg
Engine - straight 4
Brakes - Porsche
Chassis - Proflex
Engine location - near rear axle
Displacement - 2000ccm
Valvetrain - 16V
Fuel feed - Double sequential injection
Aspiration - turbocharger
Gearbox - 6 speed sequential/dry ceramic clutch
Drive - Four wheel drive
Power - 500 bhp @ 7800 rpm
BHP/Liter - 250 bhp/liter
Power to weight ratio - 500 bhp/1000kg
Top speed - 200km/h (by transmission)
0-100 kmh acceleration - 2,7 sec
Proportions - 4 002 × 1 890 × 1 270 mm

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