The Veritas RS III will be appearing at the London Salon Prive in July, a rather fancy event that will also play host to a new Morgan Aero Super Sport, the ultra-rare Aston Martin One-77, as well as the V12 Vantage and DBS Volante. Also appearing will be the Maybach Zeppelin in all of its big-boned glory, and considering the exclusive cars on show it’s not surprising to hear that tickets to the event will come in at a heady $190.
The car is most notable for its eschewing of any driver aids, something that we expect will see several of these kinds of stories popping up as overconfident owners forget about the lack of ABS and traction control. Additionally, Vermot will be offering a more tame version with a 480hp (358kW) M3 V8 engine if you feel the V10 might be a little too much.
With the range-topping V10 in place, the car will hit 60mph from rest in just 3.2 seconds and go on to a top speed of 216mph - if you can find a section of road long enough. Priced at $375,000, the car is no cheap proposition, but its performance and exclusive run of just 50 units should see enough people willing to part with their cash for the supercar.
The striking Veritas RS III from German niche sports car company Vermot is finally set to make its world debut, which will take place this year at an exclusive supercar show held at the Hurlingham country club in the UK. For those of you that don't quite remember, the Veritas RS III is a one-seater speedster that packs a 600hp (448kW) V10 taken from an M5 and a tiny 1,070kg kerb weight.