Donkervoort F22 Production BoostThursday 3/9/2023
Donkervoort today confirmed it will add another 25 cars to the production run of the sold-out F22 as demand continues to flood in for the all-new supercar.
The confirmation means Donkervoort will boost the total F22 production from the initial 75 models announced last December up to a total of 100. Production is in full swing, and the first cars have already been delivered to their proud new owners.
The Dutch boutique supercar maker sold out of the initial F22 run almost instantly and has already allocated some of the additional F22s before even announcing their existence.
Donkervoort had planned to end production of the F22 at the end of 2024, but the additional production will push the production out until midway through 2025.
Donkervoort has traditionally drawn strong demand from western Europe, but the F22 has seen orders and inquiries from as far afield as North America, the UAE, the UK, southern Europe, Scandinavia and even Israel. It has already allocated five cars to the US.
“We had hoped people would appreciate the F22, and they did.”
“They appreciated it so much we had to turn back to our logistics chain to source enough high-quality pieces to create another 25 cars after all the regular production slots had been filled. This is where it ends, though.''
“It has been a unique time at Donkervoort, and the buzz behind the F22 has introduced a new buyer group to our brand to broaden our extended customer family,” Donkervoort said.
The additional 25 F22 models will have the same power, torque, weight and performance specifications as the initial 75 F22s. The turbocharged, in-line, five-cylinder engine will deliver almost 500 horsepower for the 750kg supercar.
They will retain the ability to sprint to 100km/h in just 2.5 seconds, and to explode to 200km/h in under eight seconds, thanks to a power-to-weight ratio of 666hp per tonne.