A hybrid hypercar called the Ramusa was recentrly rendered by a Turin-based design center, CAMAL. ‘Ramusa’ means “Lizard” in the Piedmontese dialect, a Romance language spoken by over one million people in north-west Italy where the design center is based. This name is respectively reflected in the vehicle's design.
CAMAL’s founder Alessandro Camorali also had stints with Ferrari and Fiat before finally coming up with CAMAL in 2008. The Ramusa, he recently designed, has been billed as a ‘hypersuv’ that will have the ability to take over “any terrain”. It is two-seater, mid-engined and gets all-wheel drive configuration. The total power output will be over 800 hp, providing lightning quick acceleration to the car.
The Ramusa borrows the Bugatti EB110's engine and its carbon chassis and several other components from the EB110. This means that while CAMAL wants the concept car to go into the production phase, it could be a rather difficult task considering the EB110 came up in 1991 and sourcing its parts will be incredibly hard.