California based supercar maker Bulleta Motors unveils the RF22

In all probability, you might have never heard of a company named Bulleta Motors but take a look at their first production vehicle, and you will be very interested. The Irvine, California-based supercar maker has listed the details of their latest creation named ‘RF22’; if you find the design strikingly similar to that of Lotus Evora, you are right! The RF22 is, in fact, based on the Lotus sports car with inspiration taken from F-22 Raptor Jet.


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Bulleta Motors claims to have launched two versions of the supercar: RF22 and RF22-R. Both are fitted with a supercharged 3.5-liter V6 engine, but there is no specific information on the make or source of the motor. The RF22, with 400 HP and 355 lb-ft of torque, blasts the 0-60 time under 3.9 seconds. With 105 additional horses, the R version makes the 0-60 mph sprint quicker at 3.6 seconds.

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But strangely, for a car that’s already launched, there’s no information on its pricing, availability, or even its interiors. Lotus USA has stated that Bullet Motors has not sourced the chassis from them, and the pictures are just plain renderings. A few hiccups before the start, it seems, but we’ll surely love to see this beauty racing down the road.








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