Recently, WuKI, which has been busy in the wind tunnel testing and publicity of its new sports car RR525, recently launched a contest for the middleweight version of the car. Regardless of the final version of the new car, the disclosed shape and configuration of the RR525 real car are more interesting.
As can be seen from the official pre-publicity photos of the new car, the real car shape of Wuji RR525 is equipped with a prominent and large one-piece fixed wing, the front face of the new car creates an aggressive shape, and the middle of the fixed wing, which is suspected to be carbon fiber, is equipped with a dashcam.
The fairing on the side of the body is not a one-piece design. The upper side panel, marked with the RR525 LOGO, is separated from the middle panel. Near the bottom trim panel of the engine, there is an official air intake to increase heat dissipation.
The Wuji middleweight sports car also has an interesting configuration. Instead of using the two-disc front brakes of the previous street car 525R, it has a simpler single-disc front brake. While the goal is likely to be to take into account the weight of the vehicle, the new RR525 is expected to be as much of a lightweight surprise as the 250RR.
However, in order to enhance the braking performance of the RR525, the official calipers of the single disc brake were replaced by the more famous Brembo calipers from the streetcar version of the Riqing.
The suspension system has an inverted front fork and a rear central shock absorber. This kit is expected to be similar to the KYB kit on the 525R. Officials have recently advertised their shock absorption adjustments. The middleweight is expected to feature new technology that allows for simultaneous compression and rebound of the front and rear shocks in roll conditions, or a response time of less than 0.1 seconds for the front and rear shocks to return to a balanced position on a rough road at certain speeds.
The rear rocker arm of the new car does not use the recently popular single rocker arm design, the frame is expected to be the mainstream steel tube frame; Whether there will be any surprises in the frame of the new car, which has undergone multiple wind tunnel tests and adjustments, remains to be revealed.
The NEW RR525 IS EXPECTED TO GO ON SALE SOON AFTER THE VOTING, AND IN THE CURRENT COMPETITION IN THE MIDDLEWEIGHT SPORTS CAR MARKET, THE WUJI STILL NEEDS SOME EYE-CATCHING elements TO STAND out FROM THE PACK.
It remains to be seen whether the new middleweight RR525 will be able to pull off any surprises this time around, as Wuge's recent results on sports cars, including last year's impressive entry 250RR, 147KG of reconditioning mass and 6.7S of 100km acceleration, have been impressive.
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