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Picasso Automobiles is a Swiss company that has made its mission to manufacture supercars. Its first model was just revealed in Monaco, during the Top Marques show. This is the production version of the PS-01 prototype that we showed you on Motor1.com after its unveiling in January 2021.

Picasso 660 LMS is already available to order. This supercar is produced in Switzerland, at the San Vittore plant. It rests on a very light platform made of carbon and aluminum. The monocoque is also made of carbon, as is its structure. consequences, The Swiss supercar weighs only 980 kg.

Picasso Automotive 660 LMS

This somewhat special vehicle has 19 inch front wheels and 20 inch rear. They are inverted on Pirelli P Zero Trofeo R tires. The discs hold up to six-piston Brembo calipers in the front and four-piston calipers in the rear.

Picasso Automotive has worked hard to make the interior comfortable for everyday use and suitable for the track. Many of the parts are racing-inspired, such as the six-point seat belts or the rotary selector of the ABS system and the carbon steering wheel wrapped in Alcantara.

Picasso Automotive 660 LMS
Picasso Automotive 660 LMS

Picasso 660 LMS powered by 3.0L V6 Twin Turbo of cylinder capacity. This engine was produced by Autotecnica Motori, an Italian company that develops and produces competition engines. Do not develop less than 660 HP and 720 Nm of torque. Remember, the Picasso 660 LMS weighs less than a ton…the power is only transmitted to the rear wheels via a six-speed sequential gearbox signed by Sadev.

Picasso Automotive claims to have spent a lot of time improving the aerodynamics of its supercar. Thus, there is a large blade at the front, a manually operated rear spoiler, a flat floor and a massive diffuser that generates 960 kg of downforce at 315 km / h.

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If you want to add this car to your collection, you will have to hurry because it will only be produced in 21 units. Also include the amount of 820 thousand euros in taxes on horses. Deliveries will begin in the second half of 2023.

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