The Felino cB7 is a supercar produced by Canadian automaker Felino that appears in the Asphalt series. The Felino cB7 is one of the fastest cars in its class.
Qualifying as one of the most powerful Class C cars, the Felino cB7 has a starting rank of 1191 (only lower than the Volkswagen Golf Design Vision GTI's starting rank of 1284 and the Ferrari 612 Scaglietti's extreme starting rank of 1294), a maximum rank of 1399 (just behind the 612 Scaglietti's 1400, the AC 378 GT Z's 1418, the Toyota Supra RZ (Mark IV)'s 1427, and the Volkswagen Golf Design Vision GTI's 1436), and a final rank (maximum rank + Pro Kit) of 1529, just behind the Lamborghini Miura's 1535,the Volkswagen Golf Design Vision GTI's 1539, the AC 378 GT Z's 1556, the ED Design Torq's 1562, the Mitsubishi Eclipse's 1563, and the Toyota Supra RZ (Mark IV)'s 1573. It excels in every aspect: acceleration is among the fastest of the Class C cars, coupled with a very strong nitro boost, the most efficient in all of Class C. Handling is also superior over most other Class C cars due to the cB7's lightweight construction. The cB7's top speed is also very high. To put it simply, its performance tends to be a combination of various cars: the McLaren P1 and 9FF GT9 VMAX for the acceleration and nitro duration; the Mercedes-Benz Biome and Volkswagen W12 for the low weight (1,090 kg) and extreme handling; and the Ferrari Testarossa and Lotus Evora Enduro GT for the top speed. It's the seventh most powerful Class C car, only behind the Lamborghini Miura, Volkswagen Golf Design Vision GTI, AC 378 GT Z, Toyota Supra RZ (Mark IV), ED Design Torq, and Mitsubishi Eclipse.
The Felino cB7 costs 275,000 to purchase and 1,184,400 to max out. In all, the cB7 is the second most expensive Class C car (totaling up to 1,434,400, lower than the Ferrari 612 Scaglietti's 1,500,675), but also the seventh strongest. Its original price was 275,000, but it was reduced sometime during the Winter Update to 250,000. As of May 2015, the car went back to its original price.