The high-performance 777 single-seater hypercar is born in Monza

The 777 hypercar is a new Italian hypercar born from the excellent partnership with Andrea Levy, Dallara and Gibson, built with the technology used in motorsports and all information and images are on

The 777 hypercar is built by 777 Motors, the automaker based at the Autodromo Nazionale Monza and founded by Andrea Levy, entrepreneur, car collector, racing driver and president of MIMO Milano Monza Motorshow. On November 22, the 777 hypercar project will be presented, limited to just 7 units, each of which will cost 7 million euros.

The high-performance 777 single-seater hypercar is born in Monza

The 777 hypercar is at the top in terms of performance thanks to a FIA approved carbon monocoque developed by Dallara, which generates an incredible aerodynamic load of 2,100 kg at a speed of 370 km/h, an extremely low weight of 900 kg and acceleration lateral from 3.5 to 4 g which keeps the car glued to the asphalt, giving an incredible estimated lap time of just 1 minute and 33 seconds in the Monza circuit. The engine is a 4,500 cc naturally aspirated V8, which develops 730 HP at 9,000 rpm, powered by synthetic fuels.

Along with the 777 hypercar, owners will also receive custom apparel and machinery, tailored to their tastes. An advanced ad hoc machine is created to strengthen the neck area.

Data sheet 777 hypercar engineered by Dallara:
Headquarters: National Autodrome of Monza, the Temple of Speed
Frame: FIA approved carbon monocoque
Engine: 8 cylinder V
Engine capacity: 4,500cc
Power: 730 HP at 9,000 rpm
Maximum speed: 370km/h.
Weight: 900 kg
Lateral acceleration: 3.5 / 4.0 g.
Downforce: 2,100 kg at 370 km/h
Monza lap time: 1m33s
Limited edition of seven units
Price: 7 million euros
Delivery: from 2025

Press Contact: Barbara Santise