At Anibal Automotive, our motivation, inspiration and satisfaction are to improve and revolutionize the chain of automotive aerodynamic components we develop.
I think the key to our success is having a clear direction of where we're heading, and working with the greatest people in our field.
The research and effort put in our creations insure that we evolve at the forefront of our market. Ultimately, our clientele will receive only the very best.
Anibal Harfouche, Presidentani@anibalautomotive.com
As long as you're fundamentally good with what you beleive in, and have enough freedom to be yourself, you can achieve great things.
I'm in part responsible for the success of the company. I know all about the details and the high standards of the company - It's about performance and integrity.
My goal is to build on our momentum in different areas of the world, through high-end customer service, to be unique to each owners. Français
Didier Haar, International Distributordidier@anibalautomotive.com
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Dynamic responsive aerodynamics
Front and back spoilers
Fully dynamic system
100% carbon fiber
Stronger and lighter
This Porsche-powered hypercar from Canada could fill the void while we wait for a 918 Spyder successor. - Car Buzz
Canada's AnibalAutomotive is using its years-long mastery of Porsche tuning to deliver a totally new and remarkable automobile. The "Icon" is aiming for dominance in design, output and exclusivity. It has a 3.8-liter win-turbo flat six from a 911 Turbo S that's been boosted to deliver 920hp beneath a 1,542 kg carbon fiber body. - Guff Cars
Extensively modified by Anibal, the mid-mounted twin-turbo 3.8-liter flat six is boosted to 920 hp, with the power going to all four wheels. That allegedly allows the Icon to go from 0 to 60 mph in just 2.4 seconds. The fact that the hypercar is projected to weigh just 3,400 lb (1,542 kg) should help, with weight-saving efforts including an all-carbon bodywork and carbon-ceramic brake discs, among other things. - Drive Mag
Anibal Automotive from Montreal, Canada, is already very familiar with tuning Porsches, and now the firm is applying that knowledge into its own hypercar that the company calls the Icon. - Motor 1