The name Gumpert should already be familiar to rally racing fans around the world. Before developing his vision of a new super sports car, Roland Gumpert was the famed director of Audi Sport. He was the driving force behind the development of the four-wheel-drive Iltis, the original predecessor of today's Quattro. Under his management, Audi won a total of 25 World Rally Championship races and four World Rally Championship titles. In 2001, Gumpert founded GUMPERT Sportwagenmanufaktur GmbH and has worked to create his signature super sports car, the Gumpert Apollo: a car which combined the highest dynamics with unmatched driving capabilities, intended to be a street-legal car ready for the race track. Gumpert also wanted to offer the best value for the money among super sports cars. The Apollo can reach 62 mph in less than three seconds and 124 mph in nine seconds flat. And it's street-legal. The hit BBC series TopGear recognizes the Apollo as one of the fastest car around their infamous test track over the last several seasons.