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Adamastor: Brand overview

Adamastor, a supercar manufacturer from Portugal, was founded in 2010 by Ricardo Quintas and Nuno Faria. Headquartered in the city of Porto, the company’s key strength is the use of engineering excellence and technological advances in motorsport to create high-performance supercars.

The first Adamastor model, the GT5 V8, was introduced in 2013. This model was very exclusive and was produced in quantities of only five. The GT5 featured a lightweight carbon fiber construction and a mid-engine V8 engine layout.

In 2016, Adamastor expanded its portfolio with a new supercar, the Rodin. Powered by a twin-turbo V8 engine, the Rodin developed over 1,000 horsepower in track specification.

The unique selling proposition of Adamastor’s limited edition supercars is the integration of racing technology, including advanced telemetry systems and active aerodynamics.

In addition to manufacturing finished vehicles, Adamastor is dedicated to providing engineering services with a focus on composite materials and technologies of value to the motorsports and aerospace industries.

As a relatively young boutique automaker, Adamastor produces its supercars in very small quantities. Its goal is to take innovative concepts from the race track to the road with its high-performance cars.

Meaning and History

Adamastor Logo History

2017 – 2022

Adamastor Logo 2017

2022 – today

Adamastor Logo

The Portuguese supercar brand uses a minimalistic logo with no frills. It is a conceptual approach corresponding to sports cars, where everything should be rationalized for a quick start and fast driving. The emblem is extremely simple and consists of just one symbol – the initial letter of the brand name. It resembles the capital letter lambda from the Greek alphabet. It has graceful curves and perfect straight lines. The legs are smooth but angular at the tips. Although the lambda is usually associated with the letter “L,” the company has drawn a parallel with the letter “A.” The frame of the symbol looks like a gasket in an engine.

This logo tells what the automobile brand stands for without shouting about it. The lambda symbol is sort of a quiet nod to race tracks and speed. Its design doesn’t scream: “Look at me!” but it draws attention and makes you think. The frame, which looks like an engine gasket, further ties it to the world of automobiles, like an inside joke only car enthusiasts can understand.