Covini C6W 2004-current

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Covini C6W 6 wheel 2004-current


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In principle, six wheels on a car doesn’t seem like the worst idea: more tires means more contact patch, which means more grip. As you may have noticed though, the idea has never really caught on for some reason. There was the Tyrell P34 F1 car, which managed to win a race, and more recently the 6-wheeled versions of off-road pickups like the G63 6x6 or the Hennessey Velociraptor. Alongside these, the Covini C6W is one of few attempts at a 6-wheeled sports car. Power comes from a 440 hp V8 of unknown origin, but given Covini were Italian, you don’t have to be a car expert to figure out where that might have come from. Covini has also undertaken a few other obscure projects, developing diesel sports cars in the 80s and 90s, culminating in one capable of 300 km/h (picture below), coincidentally also the top speed of the C6W.
1998 Covini C36 Turbotronic (231 PS I6 turbodiesel)


I thought it had a 4.2-liter V8 sourced from Audi