The Radical SR10 track car has now been upgraded to the SR10 XXR format following the release of the company’s SR3 XXR earlier this year.
In keeping with the XXR name stamp, the revised SR10 XXR benefits from an array of design and engineering upgrades to support the vehicle’s turbocharged, 2.3-liter powertrain which produces 431ps. Notable upgrades include new front louvres to enhance aerodynamics at high speeds, to reduce understeer and to increase cooling efficiency.
For additional stability in all areas of the track, the UK-based manufacturer has installed an LMP-inspired central fin feature – from the SR3 XXR – in addition to new lightweight alloy wheels and front DRL light clusters as standard equipment. For further weight reduction, customers can select a new carbon splitter and diffuser package for an additional cost.
“The SR10 range has continued to push the boundaries of modern engineering capabilities with the same pure Radical driving experience,” said Joe Anwyll, CEO, Radical Motorsport. “Our fastest-selling model in our history, and a favourite with US customers in particular, we’ve been working hard to cherry-pick the best XXR model line upgrades and adding them to our best-selling model, the SR10.
“The last two years have been great to witness, seeing the SR10 be so well received in the track day and country club markets. As well as some impressive styling updates to the bodywork, the addition of the ‘central fin’ and front louvres have proven to increase the SR10 XXR’s usability even more, allowing drivers to extract even more of the car’s mind-blowing potential. Not only is this a very exciting announcement for all potential new Radical Motorsport owners, but also to our loyal client base, as we thought it was only right that we make these fantastic updates available to them, too.”
“We already know why the SR10 has been our fastest-selling model to date. It’s reliable, powerful, and delivers performance like no other car we’ve produced before, while remaining an approachable machine for track day enthusiasts,” explained Dan Redpath, group sales and marketing director, Radical Motorsport. “We’re proud of the lower running costs that come with the SR10 XXR’s long-life 425bhp (431ps) engine, and the elements that produce real-time data, creating the ultimate driver’s car. Because of this, we made sure to not forget any of the organic SR10 DNA that is already so popular when we set about optimizing it further.”
Production of the updated SR10 XXR will begin spring 2023.