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About Laraki

Laraki is a Moroccan manufacturer of luxurious high-performance sport cars. Its owner is Laraki Abdeslam, a 31 year old Moroccan designer who started out creating luxurious yachts (the King of Bahrain is its main client). Laraki currently produces 2 models, the Fulgura and Borac.

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The Laraki Fulgura was the company's first attempt at a sportscar. Originally unveiled as a concept at the 2002 Geneva Motor Show, the production version debuted a year later at the same show. A slightly redesigned version of the bodywork was unveiled in 2005.

Borac

The Laraki Borac is the company's second model, and debuted as a concept at the 2005 Geneva Motor Show. The car is planned for production, although a final design has yet to be unveiled.

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2-door
2-seat
V12   6.0L      M-6
397.5 kW / 533.1 hp / 533.1 hp        
   

Laraki Borac (2005)

2-door 2-seater fixed-head coupé, petrol (gasoline) 12-cylinder V engine, 6000 cm3 / 366.1 cu in / 366.1 cu in, 397.5 kW / 533.1 hp / 533.1 hp, manual 6-speed transmission, rear wheel drive, 310 km/h / 193 mph / 193 mph top speed

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