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Ultra-rapid competition gearbox
5.5 L (5,513 cc) twin-turbocharged V12 (M275)
888 HP (900 PS; 662 kW)
678 lb-ft (919 Nm)
2,866 lbs (1,300 kg)
(0-60 mph or 0-100 km/h)
217 mph (350 km/h)
The Tramontana XTR is a track-day supercar made by Tramontana as their most powerful model yet, surpassing the Tramontana R.
- Tramontana official website
The Tramontana XTR has a handbuilt body design and a 888 bhp Mercedes-Benz-sourced twin turbocharged V12 engine coupled with a rear mid-engine, rear-wheel-drive layout and an ultra-rapid competition gearbox. The aerodynamics have been optimized as well.
A faster version of the Tramontana R, the Tramontana XTR is speculated to reach 60 mph in 2.2 seconds and a top speed of 228 mph.
The Tramontana XTR currently has the second highest starting rank of all Class A cars, with 1504, topped by the Jaguar XJ220S' 1520; its MAX rank is 1627, once the highest MAX rank for all Class A cars until the introduction of the Lamborghini Aventador LP 700-4; and it has a MAX+PRO rank of 1711. The car receives a modest Tuning Kit bonus of +31 rank points. Its main rivals are the Mazzanti Evantra, Pagani Huayra, Ferrari LaFerrari, and Kepler Motion.
The Tramontana XTR's acceleration and launch power are superb, albeit inferior to the Savage Rivale GTR and Shelby Cobra 427. It is worth noting that while the car can drift well, it has some difficulty cornering with the nitro activated. Because of its large nitro stat, it not only has a low-efficiency nitro (9/14/19), but also has a poor top speed; its top speed at MAX+PRO is only slightly better than the Mazzanti Evantra. In all, the Tramontana XTR should be restricted to use for short tracks, given its fast nitro consumption rates and bad top speed stat, as the car gets beaten by the McLaren P1 and Lamborghini Asterion.
The Tramontana XTR costs 5,000 to purchase and 1,814,500 to max out, just like the Nissan GT-R NISMO.
The Tramontana XTR was added in Asphalt Nitro's fifth update.
The Tramontana XTR behaves exactly the same as its Asphalt 8: Airborne rendition and is still a Class A car. However, it isn't the best Class A car to purchase since it loses to the Ferrari FXX Evoluzione.