Donkervoort re imagined the concept of Supercar by launching the F22. The all-new Donkervoort F22 supercar sets new standards in speed, handling, design and everyday usability.


Dutch designers gave their Supercar an edge in speed and comfort by adding a retractable Twin Targa carbon-fiber roof, hydraulic ride-height adjustment, and active suspension.

A hybrid chassis of tubular steel, aluminum, and carbon fiber gives the Donkervoort D8 GTO-JD70 a hundred percent improvement in torsional and bending rigidity over the previous D8 GTO Individual Series, along with corresponding increases in active and passive safety.

This extremely rigid central chassis not only improves precision by a large margin, but it also features an innovative active shock absorber system that works equally well under gentle and intense driving conditions. 
The F22’s ride height is customizable by up to 35mm thanks to the new dampers’ hydraulic ride-height adjustment mechanism.

The F22, which is longer, sleeker, and more aggressive appearing than its predecessors, is both a homage to Donkervoort’s past and a statement about the company’s future in terms of its aesthetic direction. The design’s hallmarks include an open-wheel configuration that has been preserved, a roomier and more comfortable cabin, and a brand-new three-piece Twin Targa roof made of carbon fiber. The dashboard is simplified, with the majority of the controls relocated to the steering wheel, and an iPad Mini infotainment system is available as an upgrade.

The Donkervoort F22 relies on a front mid-mounted five-cylinder turbocharged engine for propulsion. 

The rear-drive F22 boasts a staggering power-to-weight ratio of 666hp per tonne, with 500 hp available from a 750-kilogram vehicle. It can accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h in 2.5 seconds and from 0 to 200 km/h in 7.5 seconds, thanks to its tremendous raw speed. Due to the lack of a speed limiter, the F22 can achieve speeds of up to 290 km/h.