Aurelio: First Filipino-made Sports Supercar

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Who would’ve thought that a new supercar will emerged from the Philippines where traffic is always an issue and road infrastructure needs further development?

Recently, a video posted by Al Jazeera America in Facebook has been making rounds online featuring Aurelio, the first Filipino-made sports car and you will be driving your car using VR, see those nvidia stuns features and be part of the digital future.

The post has been viewed closed to 2 million as of this writing with over 34,000 shares and counting.

Watch the said video below:

Meet the Aurelio – the first Filipino-made sports car

Posted by Al Jazeera America on Monday, December 28, 2015

This isn’t the first time that Aurelio has been featured. Earlier this year, news portals such as GMA News already talked about how this local super sportscar may “soon be associated with exotic brands such as Lamborghini, Maserati, and Ferrari.”

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In May 2014, Top Gear Philippines also mentioned Aurelio as part of the 2014 Trans Sport Show.

Brothers Kevin and Bryan Factor, and Brendan Aurelio are the names behind the Aurelio supercar. Powered by their shared passion for cars, the three young Filipinos decided to create Aurelio to boost local automotive manufacturing in the country.

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Watch the video below to know more about Aurelio:

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