Dome ZERO

DOME ZERO

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INFORMATION AND SPECS

The Dome Zero (童夢-零, Dōmu Zero) was a prototype sports car from DOME Co. Ltd that was exhibited at the 48th Geneva Auto Show in 1978. The Dome project was started by Minoru Hayashi in 1975, with the goal of producing sports cars using knowledge gained from auto racing. The Zero was to be their first production road car and Dome planned to produce a limited number for sale in Japan. Despite multiple prototypes and homologation efforts, the Zero was never approved by regulatory bodies for sale in Japan or overseas. As a result, the project was not commercially viable and the Zero never entered series production.


Chassis: MR (mid-engine, rear-wheel-drive)
Engine: straight-6 Nissan L28
Capacity: 2,753 cc (168.0 cu in)
Power: 145 PS (107 kW; 143 hp)
Torque: 23.0 kg⋅m (226 N⋅m; 166 lb⋅ft)
Transmission: 5-speed manual
Weight: 920 kg (2,028 lb)
Brakes: Ventilated disks front/solid disks rear
Suspension: Double wishbone front/coils rear
Tyre: 185/60/VR13 Front, 255/55/VR14 Rear

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Derby tier:
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Price:
512,176 (Swedish Krona)

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