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Aurelio: First Filipino Made Supercar (Updated)

The super car vehicle segment has been dominated by Italian brands such as Ferrari, Lamborghini, Maserati, Alfa Romeo and Pagani Zonda for decades. Other car manufacturing countries like the US (SSC), Germany (Porsche) and Sweden (Koenigsegg) have also produced some memorable super cars, but now it is finally time to introduce our very own Aurelio, the first Filipino made supercar.

The Air of the Aurelio: A supercar made in the Philippines

The people behind Aurelio: a short history

Behind the company are siblings Kevin, 22, and Bryan Factor, 25, and Brendan Aurelio, 37. Younger brother Kevin researches the internal mechanics of the car while Aurelio is in charge of the interior and exterior designs. Bryan, on the other hand, is the business brain behind the company, with previous experience in investment projects and marketing. The three have said they share the same passion for cars and decided to create the Aurelio supercar to further boost local automotive manufacturing in the Philippines.

Aurelio supercar yellow front view | Carmudi
Aurelio Car Presentation 2014

Aurelio’s performance and engine specifications

The Aurelio has two engine choices, and although they may not compete with the engine performance of traditional supercars made abroad, the Honda B16A V-TEC engine (found in the old Honda Civic Si) and the 2.0 liter Mitsubishi 4G63T turbocharged engine can still pack a punch.  The Mitsubishi engine delivers up to 457 horsepower for the Aurelio, capable of propelling the car to a top speed of nearly 290 kilometers per hour and can run a quarter of a mile in under 10 seconds. The car is made of both carbon fiber and fiberglass and is equipped with 18-inch Rota wheels and uses a VR4 front and rear suspension.

Aurelio supercars yellow and red side view | Carmudi
Yellow and red Aurelio supercars


Both driver and passenger enter the Aurelio interior through scissor doors and are met by a sidepod cabin that is made from fiberglass reinforced plastic (FRP) and carbon fiber firewall components. Its four-man all-Filipino crew who call themselves, Factor Aurelio Automobile, have yet to disclose the full interior specifications of the car. The firm, however, is offering features and upholstery that can be customized according to its buyer’s preferences and needs.

Interior Aurelio Supercar Carmudii
Interior Dashboard


The Aurelio has the undeniable look and feel of a supercar. The car’s exterior design is a mash up of some of the leading names in this car segment. Its doors are similar to that of the McLaren P1, the front fascia and contours have a hint of the Ferrari 458 Italia and its rear end appears to have been inspired by the Lamborghini Aventador. Add that to its brightly colored paint job (of orange or yellow), low-slung ground clearance, and well-defined sharp edges and you could easily mistake this car as European-made. However, according to its San Pedro, Laguna-based manufacturer, around 80 percent of the car’s parts and components came from the Philippines. Except for the wheels, transmission, some suspension components, brakes, and the engine, everything in this car was sourced locally.

Aurelio supercar yellow side view |Carmudi
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How much does the Aurelio Cost?

Car producer Factor Aurelio Automobile said that it can only produce six to 10 units a year, based on its current man power. Currently, the Aurelio is priced at P1.6 million, the same price as a brand new entry-level Toyota 86. Production sports cars that come close to the Aurelio’s price are the Subaru BRZ 2.0Li RWD M/T (P1.928 million) and the sport compact hybrid electric automobile the Honda CR-Z standard M/T (P1.39 million).

Other sports cars from the Philippines include the Rosswurgh X1 by Rodsburgh Motors which pounces at a top speed of 329 kph thanks to its 650 horsepower 8-cylinder supercharged engine. To date, it has received more than 10,000 pre-orders.


Yellow Aurelio Super Car Front View
Yellow Aurelio Super Car Front View

Table of Aurelio specs

Doors 2
Seats 2
Engine 2.0 liter Mitsubishi 4G63T turbocharged
Horspower 457 hp
Top speed 290 kph
0-100 kph under 10 seconds
Tires 18-inch  ROTA
Suspension VR4 (front and rear)
Price P1.6 million


The Aurelio is at the zenith of Philippine automotive ingenuity. While many may criticize it and say it has miles to go to match the impact of European, Japanese and American supercars, just knowing that Filipinos can make such a car is a source of pride for the country. This could be the start of a revolution in the local car industry.

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  1. Aleksei Carrión
    February 14, 2015 at 6:04 pm — Reply

    I LOVE this. It’s utterly, utterly brilliant. This is what Ferrari should have been making all along: cars with small, light engines and super-lightweight components, like the Caterham R500, only prettier.

    Also, Honda 4-cylinder engines sound better than any flat-plane Ferrari V8. Honda knows how to do engines.

    • Juris Maclang
      June 4, 2015 at 5:18 am — Reply

      a 2.0 liter 4-cylinder V-tec that produces 517 hp at 11,000 rpm requires maintenance and attention almost the same as (if not more than) F1 engines. It’s not very reliable, and maintaining the condition of the engine is time-consuming.

      Getting more power by putting more displacement and cylinders is a more reliable way to making more power. It may have some weight, but the torque a v8 puts out and the hp to weight ratio will be better. (ex. Toyota 1UZFE, Chevy LS engines, Ford A50sx, Ferrari V8, Audi V8, BMW S62 v8, etc.)

      Plus, most supercar owners who drive it around the streets are more likely to stay at the mid to low rpm range, they don’t need that 11,000 rpm vtec; at most, they’ll only push it to 9000 rpm.

      Honda knows how to do engines, true. But using a 2 liter on a supercar is improper, almost laughable. Using it on a roadster like an S2000; that’s much better.

      • MBF PO2
        August 24, 2015 at 12:05 pm — Reply

        Hahaha parang galing ae86 silvertop na may 240 hp at may 11000 rpm formula atlantic style hahahaha!

        • Jewel
          February 11, 2017 at 11:12 pm — Reply

          Panay ka critic dyan subukan mo nga gumawa ng ganyan sigurado tabingi ang magagawa mo. ha .ha ha. pareho ng utak mo tabingi. Baka sa paggawa pa lamang ng bamper sablay kana sa proportion. Saludo ako sayo Aurelio mahusay. Sana matapos ko na rin yung future car na ginagawa ko. Its a flying car without jet, without propeller , without light force to lift up the vehicle. Basta lumulotang lamang siya sa air or space at pwede ito tumakbo sa kalsada, lumutang sa tubig, lumobog sa tubig parang submarine pwede rin sa outer space gamitin. At saka pwede rin mag takeoff lumipad na mas mabilis pa sa fighter jet. Hindi rin ito dependent sa air kaya walang air pocket Kulang lamang ako sa budget pero pagkatapos ko na nito ay ipapa patent ko sa USA at sabay ipagbibili yung technology na lamang kasi wala ako pera magmanufacture para sa mas production. This will defeat all exciting transportation craft. This will also defeat the all battle ship, fighter jet. battle tanks, this is a stealth technology. Abangan!!!!!

      • Niknok
        June 22, 2016 at 6:01 am — Reply

        As a reader i respect everyone’s comment or criticism. I would say filipino has a starting way to be one of the best in the future. As the day pass it will have more room for improvement the pinoy way!

      • Anonymous
        February 27, 2018 at 6:08 pm — Reply

        its not ‘reliable’ yes but its a super/sports car its tottaly not reliable cause these cars are for fun

        • Bobinson213
          September 18, 2018 at 9:24 pm — Reply

          The one thing we especially want in a super car is a GOOD engine and reliablity.

      • May 17, 2018 at 9:04 pm — Reply

        weh, Juris, you’re just jealous. You’re just one perfect example of a typical crab-mentality Filipino. That supercar may not be the best right now but it’s still fairly new and there’s always room fo for improvement. Even well-known brands continue innovating. Instead of acting like a critic or an expert of something which you are not, why not be open-minded and proud and happy that your fellow Filipino or that a filipino product of this kind of industry is making headway in the car industry. You should support your own Philippine products and be nationalistic. Try making another super car yourself so we can be proud of you, too.

    • Anonymous
      November 25, 2015 at 9:24 am — Reply

      I think these guys definitely have a bright future ahead of them, producing these type of cars aren’t easy. Huge gamble but sure will pay off. I heard Yamaha produces great racing engine it might be suitable for the Aurelio, I don’t mind owning one at all. But the waiting list is quite long I guess.

    • bobby jones
      December 23, 2015 at 3:27 am — Reply

      Where can you purchase this car

    • Anonymous
      October 14, 2016 at 1:03 pm — Reply

      Yeah I guess you are right

  2. Shaun Roberts
    February 24, 2015 at 7:47 pm — Reply

    they should have a local motosport championship to entice buyers and develop the product more. (like R&D and refine it’s safety)

    • DBC
      May 23, 2015 at 3:52 am — Reply

      This is a good start to Filipino car manufacturers. Keep it up. Head’s up for this.

      • Anonymous
        September 23, 2016 at 12:30 am — Reply

        what are we need to build this car

  3. Ronaldo Gutierrez Reyes
    March 5, 2015 at 7:39 am — Reply

    are there any other supecar makers who does not manufacture its own engine or buys engine from other companies.? just noticed that it sports a mitsubishi engine… not 100% filipino creation i may say…

    • Aleksei Carrión
      March 31, 2015 at 11:28 am — Reply

      Lotus sourced a Toyota 1.8L engine for the Elise, and a Rover V8 for the Espirit. The new Espirit, I believe, will have a Lexus V8.

      • James
        December 29, 2015 at 10:01 am — Reply

        Well Lotus may source its engine from Toyota n Rover but remember its has a reputation for developing solid chassis eg : Proton ,Nissan GTR . Lamborghini prior to VW was owned by a Malaysian and Indonesian arm but they couldnt make money. So in order to build a good supercar you need tonnes of money and engineering know how to be excellent.

    • Juris Maclang
      June 4, 2015 at 5:08 am — Reply

      Lexus LFA has a 1uzfe v8 from Toyota… well, Lexus is Toyota’s luxury sector.

      • Anonymous
        December 28, 2015 at 4:38 pm — Reply

        It’s a v10

    • Anonymous
      March 3, 2016 at 3:17 am — Reply

      Pagani Zonda

    • Anonymous
      April 12, 2016 at 12:59 am — Reply

      Atleast we try…. ang importanti may nakagawa ng ganong desenyo… still saludo ako sa kong sino mang mag try na umangat ang pinoy

  4. andolini
    March 22, 2015 at 12:06 pm — Reply

    I would like to encourage Pinoys to keep on designing things to increase our self sufficiency.

  5. Marck Angelo
    March 23, 2015 at 6:54 am — Reply

    how and where can we buy it?

    • JR Dacanay
      April 14, 2015 at 2:23 am — Reply

      You can’t if you live in North America. (see Motor Vehicle Information and Cost Savings Act (US) or Motor Vehicle Act (Canada))

    • Mazharul Mamodicbal
      September 7, 2015 at 9:12 am — Reply

      can someone tell me how to buy one please….my email address is

  6. JR Dacanay
    April 14, 2015 at 2:19 am — Reply

    I’m a pinoy from Canada. Can the car be effectively modified/configured to meet US Department of Transportation/Transport Canada type approval requirements? I’d definitely be in for a “federalized” version of this car. I suggest pricing it in the range of $45000-$55000 USD after importation fees, before options and taxes. It makes a great investment car and I can drive it without worrying about eligibility to register, insure and annual mileage limitations.

  7. Airron Mae Antonio
    April 15, 2015 at 5:45 pm — Reply

    wow . .proud to be pinoy m/

  8. Airron Mae Antonio
    April 15, 2015 at 5:51 pm — Reply

    how we can buy it ?

  9. Calachuchi Befera
    May 18, 2015 at 4:19 pm — Reply

    I am not a supercar buff, but this is one beautiful car. Study these lines, study the proportions, wow! You will soon see European engineers adopting the Aurelio’s beauty. This is the first supercar that really demonstrates exceptional practical automotive artistry.

    • Juris Maclang
      June 4, 2015 at 5:21 am — Reply

      Vice versa, my friend. Take a look at the Ferrari LaFerrari, the Porsche 918 Spyder, the Koenigsegg Agera, the Pagani Zonda, the 2015 Acura NSX, the GT40, the McLaren 12c and P1, the Ferrari 430. All of them are unique, more futuristic, aerodynamical, etc. They’ve been doing those lines and beauty for ages.

      • bobby jones
        December 23, 2015 at 3:30 am — Reply

        Yes but for a but load more money we need more affordable supercars for the average joe. Can you imagine going onto a car lot and getting the choice of this or a honda civic for the same price….

      • Niknok
        June 22, 2016 at 6:06 am — Reply

        Is there nothing good coming out from you? Everytime I read your note it is all more on negative! !!!

        • Anonymous
          June 7, 2019 at 4:41 am — Reply

          I agree

      • Anonymous
        June 7, 2019 at 4:40 am — Reply

        Juris Maclang,your just try to discourage Filipinos from making their own supercars.

        Or,maybe you just don’t want the Aurelio to be a great supercar.

        Or,you just don’t want the Aurelio to have upgrades/improvements to make it better.

        I am Filipino and I like other supercar which are not Filipino-made such as the McLaren P1,Bugatti Chiron,Ferrari Laferrari, and Lamborghini aventador. And I don’t judge any of them,because they are good-looking/great cars.

        If you think you’re so so great how about you invent your own super.

    • Anonymous
      February 12, 2016 at 2:40 am — Reply

      The sad reality is, WE are adopting/copying the designs of Italian, German, European supercar designs. We are decades behind the supercar industry. We cant even build our own engine and transmission. And to become a real Philippine supercar, it would need at least a V8 thats designed and built in the Philippines. We still have a long way to go. We must accept that we need to learn from the masters of the supercar industry. WE are just newbies.

      • FormulaNine
        October 11, 2016 at 3:24 pm — Reply

        Not true. We have been exporting transmission for many Asian brands as our contribution to the ASEAN self-sufficiency effort. Our Tool-and-Die industry is one of the most advanced in Asia. These CNC machines have the capability of machining whole engine blocks out of fortified aluminum. I’ve seen quite a number of advanced CNC machining centers capable of turning huge crankshafts which are the most difficult part of any engine. There are plenty of drop forging machines around which makes hardened metal parts. The only drawback is the cost of electricity needed to feed these heavy machinery which makes our products less competitive. But that is true only if we are looking at an ambitious all-Pinoy made car with 100% of the parts home-built. Of course we can just import these parts and assemble them here.

  10. jhon carlo
    May 22, 2015 at 4:30 pm — Reply

    is there also a automatic??

  11. Airn Parojinog Napz
    May 28, 2015 at 10:33 am — Reply

    tanong kulang ilan naba naka bili ng Aurelio ngayun ??

  12. joelacs
    June 2, 2015 at 2:58 pm — Reply

    After reading the specs. I do not see anything talking about safety of the passenger like air bags and etc…. I think it should be better if they will also put priorities with regards to safety. Nowadays it is very important. If the safety is good it would be easier to market beyond the Philippines.

  13. jake moreno
    June 14, 2015 at 6:44 pm — Reply

    This car is a BIG DISAPPOINTMENT…
    4years ko ng nababasa sa internet ang kotse na to, antagal na syang concept car PERO hanggang ngayon, andami pa nilang UNSOLVED ISSUES..

    1) Yung WINDOWS NAKA-FIXED. Di mo sya maibababa-matataas. Di sya power window not even pawis window. Kung papasok ka ng mall para mag park, bubuksan mo pa yung buong pintuan para kunin/bayaran yung ticket.

    2) AMBIGAT ng PINTUAN. Mahirap sya iangat. Napakabigat.

    3) Wala pa ring FENDER LINERS hanggang ngayon. Sagwang tignan pag nilapitan mo at masilip mo yung bandang gulong.

    4) PAINT JOB is LOUSY. Maganda sya sa pics. But up close, lampas sa edges o partitions lalo na sa hinges at margins ng ilaw.

    With these issues (not to mention lacking features like air suspension, air bags, A/C, sound system, ABS) at P1.6 million?


    • MBF PO2
      August 24, 2015 at 12:02 pm — Reply

      Well the engine mismo galing sa honda civic vtec at 2.0 liter Mitsubishi 4G63T turbocharged engine galing sa mitsubishi lancer evolution x galing sa rally racing na may 2.0 liters na may 290 horsepower at sa UK naman meron silang tintawag na FQ- specs na makakapili ka sa 300 hanggang sa 440 horsepower.

    • CG
      April 29, 2016 at 9:50 am — Reply

      Up for this comment. I am not bashing but we really still have an endurance race (inch or a mile) to go if we are going to compete in the supercar market for a car that people will really have pride in owning. Saw this in the flesh at the MIAS, and was not impressed at all. Fabrication and manufacturing of both interior and exterior really left much to be desired. We need more precise engineering and quality manufacturing for this car to fly. Hopefully they go for it and achieve perfection in the future.

    • GGGG
      November 30, 2016 at 5:06 am — Reply

      BRo they’re trying! you should appreciate on what their doing.
      It will improve, just wait!

    • bernard s balatbat
      December 12, 2016 at 11:51 pm — Reply

      inclined to agree, for 1.6 million, dapat naman sana mapansin yang mga issues na yan… its not well thought of. but since it is a start, there is enough chance for improvement. sana wag lang onion skinned pagdating sa mga pagtanggap ng comments
      …be magnanimous enough to accept valid concerns and address them

    • Anonymous
      June 7, 2019 at 4:46 am — Reply

      Ok….so just keep your mouth shut..or just quit being Filipino u moron!

      hindi mu talaga ma appreciate ang ginagawa ng mnga pinoy

  14. Henry Rafael B. Posadas
    June 17, 2015 at 11:01 am — Reply

    This is good 🙂 Just a little creative criticism for the guys marketing the car. The copy and VO work on the video is so bad (sorry). Spend a little also on the cinematography. Hire an AD firm and production house (like 88 Storey) that does glossy and stylish commercials that are cutting edge. The video you showed obviously tried copying some UK Top Gear segments but the cinematography was not at par so it came out well… bad. Also the VO and copy came out as trying so hard to be sophisticated. Here is a sample work of something shot with a DSLR but was directed, art designed and graded to look sophisticated:

    I hope it doesn’t come out as if I am dissing the creators of the video. I do not know the budgets and circumstances around the shoot (the old saying “you get what you pay for” usually is true because it takes a larger budget to pay for a better camera, more crew, a DOP, etc.) They probably did the most out of what was given.

    However since you are investing such a large amount of money and you are selling a product that targets people who and is used to quality products and knows/ expects a lot from a car that you brand as a “super car”; you should spend a little more money and investment on advertising. Meaning, instead of saying outright “This car is Sophisticated”, make the copy more sophisticated by using metaphors better, invest in cinematography and art direction and be original.

    Still, I salute you guys for your innovation! May you prosper and succeed!

  15. macross
    September 16, 2015 at 4:11 am — Reply

    nice looking car!! but if filipinos can’t built an engine that is true blood filipino design? then its still nothing….

    • Anonymous
      June 30, 2016 at 5:59 am — Reply

      The will power to make a car with these looks have to be Commented upon as this is only a stepping stone to Develop there own engine and im sure these Guys will make it happen sooner or later,They Have already made Heads Turn with the Cars Awesome looks so Encourage them for gods Sake dont Criticize they have made all pinoys proud keep it up Good Luck

    • Anonymous
      July 24, 2016 at 9:46 am — Reply

      wala naman kasi tayong factory para diyan

    • Anonymous
      June 7, 2019 at 4:48 am — Reply

      U do realise the maker of this car are only two young man…….ur just discouraging them u bastard

  16. celso
    November 11, 2015 at 5:52 am — Reply

    Hi Aurelio,

    When is the possible time to place an order to your sports car? Just let me know with my email add. Where can i visit you to see it personally?

    Thanks and regards,


  17. Seth Diep
    November 25, 2015 at 9:32 am — Reply

    Nice and attractive design, mid engine is cool but if you want to show off the engine compartment like Ferrari you want to design the engine cover abit more sexy. Yamaha did produced engine for Lexus LF supper car so why don’t you try them out. Might pay off. But the again cost will be a factor . If the handling is as agile as Mazda Miata then I guess it’s a killer. I ll buy one if the wait list is not as long. Cheers

  18. Brandon Caga
    December 3, 2015 at 4:37 pm — Reply

    I would like to buy Aurelio. I’m from Baguio. What should I do?

    December 16, 2015 at 10:33 am — Reply

    I really would like to commend the trio, for coming up of a car like Aurelio.
    You have come far enough, don’t be distracted by some discouraging comments here.

    We all know how hard you work to get to where you are now, in terms of building everything from scratch. The beauty is from ground up you did all the specs you want to have.
    It’s really nice that you built your dream car this way, and in a way inspire people to contribute to that dream.

    If i may share the little noticed about the journey you are taking now.

    One. settle on what the car and you do best, sell it as it is,
    1. A lightweight sports car.
    2. A tuner’s car.
    3. A project car that you can add more “lightness”
    more fantastic interior details.
    4. Offer a competitive price.
    5. Hire, get some help from professionals,
    Engineers for the engine, suspension, transmission
    Engineers for the safety features
    Car interior designers.
    6. Get someone to work on the details of the interior and exterior that are already
    mentioned by other who commented here.

    There are a lot of competent friendly Pinoys out there that you can get help for free.

    Just give us a chance.

    Goodluck Guys!

  20. Lopez
    December 17, 2015 at 9:44 pm — Reply

    Good start. Supercar agad! Keep it up. Filipino should support filipino inventor not pulling them down.

  21. Danny Ronquillo
    December 22, 2015 at 4:50 pm — Reply

    i think i will recommend you to Ariel Atom designed and modify it and you can use any kind of engines. realistic, idealistic and futuristic design, and even formula ford, luma na yang mga italian sports car na yan so expensive and yet nothing new binabagobago lang ng kunti yong mukha.

  22. FBG
    December 29, 2015 at 7:39 am — Reply

    Congrats Aurelio Bros. its about time that we resurrect our automotive industry. I have said again and again that Filipinos can compete in this field because we have the best auto makers and mechanics. Unfortunately because of lack of gov’t support, we still manufacture the worst automobiles, malaguena, sarao, xlt etc. I mean, the jeepney model 1960 is the same as jeepney model 2015! No upgrading whatsoever! And until now, these jeepneys continue honking and belching smokes in our streets. I dont take pride in these PUJs because it depicts the sorry state of our automobile industry. Good luck to you Aurelio Bros. its about time that we rid of these pesky jeepneys and have the Philippine made Cars, Vans and SUVs roam our streets. More power and God bless!

  23. Wowie
    January 1, 2016 at 9:44 am — Reply

    Nice ride pero baka pwede naman lagyan nang ibang makina katulad nang makina na gamit sa supra or sa acura tl

    • Anonymous
      June 6, 2017 at 1:06 am — Reply

      wowie supras 2jz is very rare in philippines ill reccomend nissan gtr r(35) engine cause it got more power

  24. January 1, 2016 at 11:29 am — Reply

    Super Duper Cool Site Man!!!

  25. Willie
    January 7, 2016 at 10:09 pm — Reply

    How about a k20 turbo swap engine in it that would be a good set up

  26. T roy Tandang
    January 10, 2016 at 4:55 pm — Reply

    Yes this is one great product, achievement for you 3 young brothers,as a filipino who live in london im proud to see a car that is built by filipino from scratch, we know its still far from what we need to be done, but if we can do more, investing to produce our very own engine and everything to a level that can match and past the international standard, this is it! So i do encourage our co pinoys to invest to this genious creation of our countrymen, another “Filipino crafmanship” as we call it, we believe we can compete to the international shows and exibits if we can raise your level isnt it?
    Frm Laguna of London

  27. Sultan Nasser
    January 11, 2016 at 7:06 am — Reply

    How can I order on, or who should I contact to buy one?

  28. February 2, 2016 at 6:01 pm — Reply

    The cars look nice in photos, but up close, it’s a different story.

    I spoke to Brendan personally last year, and I pointed out that this is not in any way (at all) a supercar, not in a traditional nor innovative sense. He says he recognizes it, and says that the “supercar” moniker is being attached to the car by the media and regular folk, not him nor his company.

    However, a quick look on the Aurelio FB page shows otherwise. Brendan seems to relish the attention being aimed at his car by the masses calling his creation a supercar.

    I digress though. HIs car, fanciful as it initially seems, some years down the road, is just a fiberglass Jeepney. It is not a Filipino invention, it is not a supercar, all of the parts are foreign brand name parts just put together in a place in Laguna.

    Mr. Aurelio has to wake up, and start addressing his vehicle more as a “kit car” than a proper supercar.

    • Anonymous
      June 7, 2019 at 4:52 am — Reply

      Ur just discouraging them u PIECE OF SH*T

  29. Anonymous
    February 12, 2016 at 2:28 am — Reply

    Its not a supercar. Its just an ordinary car with a fancy shell. Looks don’t make a supercar. And the components are not Philippine made! Yes components are locally available but they are all imports. Honda or Mitsubishi engines? Both are from Japan! We Filipinos still need to figure out how to design and build our own V10 or V12 engines, 7-speed transmission, aerodynamics testing laboratories… before we can even dream of building a supercar.

    • Anonymous
      September 28, 2016 at 5:15 am — Reply

      Its super slow to be a supercar, its not even purely philippineade, sana gumawa nalang sila ng electric car, masaya pa ako.

  30. March 5, 2016 at 8:42 am — Reply

    Can i order?? Where i can buy this car because i can’t see any of this car in makati even in (bgc). Bonifacio global city in taguig …so i want to know where i can buy this car and its beautiful….

  31. Shaun McKenna
    March 24, 2016 at 4:05 am — Reply

    I would like to know where i can see one of these cars .

  32. Anonymous
    April 21, 2016 at 7:10 am — Reply

    Super Car? What super car? Lol!

  33. Jun B
    April 29, 2016 at 4:16 am — Reply

    Hi Guys,

    I thinks this people need to be praised at the job none of the people here would even dare to attempt. I think you guys are bad asses for doing this and I don’t know how valid their comments are but one thing I know is if you keep working on it this car will be famous. I want to buy one even with these people negative comment. I want to support Pinoy projects small and big even though there are flaws on it. We are getting world class and its a lot easier to put out negative comments one post like this but I salute your accomplishments and just wish these people who put negative comments sees the possibilities of your accomplishments.


  34. Jun B
    April 29, 2016 at 4:17 am — Reply

    Hi Guys,

    I thinks this people need to be praised at the job none of the people here would even dare to attempt. I think you guys are bad asses for doing this and I don’t know how valid their comments are but one thing I know is if you keep working on it this car will be famous. I want to buy one even with these people negative comment. I want to support Pinoy projects small and big even though there are flaws on it. We are getting world class and its a lot easier to put out negative comments one post like this but I salute your accomplishments and just wish these people who put negative comments sees the possibilities of your accomplishments. More Power to the people who built this and hope you get the blessings you deserve.


  35. Anonymous
    May 15, 2016 at 7:43 pm — Reply

    Sir sana makagawa kau ng sariling makina para maganda sariling at in Pinoy made para sa kotse sport car

  36. Jovencio a punzalan jr.
    July 4, 2016 at 9:10 am — Reply

    Being a filipino,at last our very own car industry emerged…and im so proud of aurelio siblings to propel their vision into reality….keep the good paces towards fulfilment of your dreams….
    I am also a lubrication researcher,im the man behind jet1 extremè oil enhacer’try to punch it in youtube’…

  37. Anonymous
    August 24, 2016 at 9:05 pm — Reply

    a car that does not even have a window riser.. made out of CFP.. .owner type jeeps are getting hi-tech nowadays. Good job for Filipino craftsmanship! Not even a single major mechanical part is designed and fabricated/manufactured in Philippines. So basically, this is pile of parts taken from different cars that was put together. no part was meticulously designed, planned and engineered for perfection specifically for its purpose “being a supercars”. What is the difference of buying a hummerlike design in Pampanga for less than half a million? u can also choose from a variety of engines from Isuzu, Mits and Toyotas (turbo and non-turbo). You can also choose suspensions from the early days leaf springs with ancient but reliable diff to a multi link suspension from escape, Nissan cefiro or galant, etc. with wheel extension and lifters to make your ride looks wider butch. I have nothing against you guys but can u offer more than an owner that can be used for drag racing aside from a hard roof?

  38. Calibre Motors
    November 4, 2016 at 1:32 pm — Reply

    Nice vehicle. Faster but cheaper than a Ford Ranger or Everest.

  39. Anonymous
    January 13, 2017 at 9:26 am — Reply

    Hey guys of Aurelio!
    Your “Supercar” looks great, but it needs a of of improvements. You have to fix the windows, put air suspension, install an airbag and make the door lighter.
    Make up your mind! The published price is Php 1.6 – 1.9 Million, depending on the engine. When I visited your place, you suddenly priced it at Php 2.5M. Crazy! It’s not a Supercar. It’s a kit car. That should be around Php 1.5M with all its deficiencies. No wonder wala kang nakikita sa mga kalye na Aurelio. It’s just a pure”Dream Car”.
    Dr. Poorboy

  40. January 13, 2017 at 9:30 am — Reply

    Crazy Car builders! That is just a kit car. It’s over priced. Has so many deficiencies.
    Its just a “Dream Car”.

  41. tony pobre
    January 13, 2017 at 9:32 am — Reply

    Hey guys of Aurelio!
    Your “Supercar” looks great, but it needs a of of improvements. You have to fix the windows, put air suspension, install an airbag and make the door lighter.
    Make up your mind! The published price is Php 1.6 – 1.9 Million, depending on the engine. When I visited your place, you suddenly priced it at Php 2.5M. Crazy! It’s not a Supercar. It’s a kit car. That should be around Php 1.5M with all its deficiencies. No wonder wala kang nakikita sa mga kalye na Aurelio. It’s just a pure”Dream Car”.
    Dr. Poorboy

  42. jerry
    April 4, 2017 at 5:35 am — Reply

    yan ang pinoy…di pahuhuli…ayos na umpisa yan…great..

  43. Yong
    August 15, 2017 at 1:29 am — Reply

    Great job! Looking forward to own one in the future! More power to your team!

  44. aurelion sol
    October 22, 2017 at 10:08 pm — Reply

    Akala ko ba around 590HP and Aurelio sabi ng gumawa… nakakalito kayo… haha

    aurelio sa umaga aurelion sol sa gabi…

    December 1, 2017 at 5:04 pm — Reply

    It is a good idea that the Philippines has a SUPERCAR Body with a foreign-made Engine. I guess, the former HARABAS AUV Maker could help and RUSI (the so called “Imitator of Honda Motorcycles) to design a SUPERB Engine solely for AURELIO SuperCARS Philippines. That will make a fully Patented SUPER CAR Philippines. Thumbs Up and SALUTE to Aurelio Supercar!

    • Anonymous
      December 15, 2017 at 5:25 am — Reply

      Lahat tlga ng nag uumpisa ganyan hindi nyu maapreciate ang salitang process kaya hindi umaasenso ang pinoy dahil sa ganyang mindset embes na tulungan para umangat hinahatak pa .. e kung supurtuhan nyu na lang kaya yan …pero alam ko natutuwa ang aurelio sa mga negative comments ng iba kasi alam nila dun sila lalakas kasi gagawin nila motivation yan ..10 years from now alam ko makikilala din kayu tuloy tuloy lng at keep on improving thats it

  46. TooMuchLube
    January 23, 2018 at 5:47 am — Reply

    I think this is good and all, but the Filipino needs a people’s car. The design, idea, and overall concept is excellent. However, I think the focus should be on an everyday car that the Filipino can afford, use daily, and carry their family and loved ones around safely. Car companies Hyundai, Kia, Daewoo, Ssangyong started out small, and now look at Kia and Hyundai. They are major brands all over the world. I think the Filipino has the intelligence, the drive, and the will to succeed to. E able to make a truly quality made Filipino car.

  47. Jay
    February 13, 2018 at 10:25 pm — Reply

    It’s sad that the Aurelio cannot compete with the Ferrari 458 and its acceleration is not enough for me. Even with these, I still congratulate the Aurelio brothers with this fine accomplishment.

  48. rob
    February 20, 2018 at 4:34 pm — Reply

    i personally admire aurelio’s creativity but, in Philippines our road does not match the need for the beautiful car i wished they put their heart in creating a car that matches our weather and rough roads such a 4×4 that can traverse any adverse roads in any conditions i hope that day will come..

  49. Giro Matriano
    March 6, 2018 at 4:47 pm — Reply

    Ask lang po, ano po full (yes, FULL) specs nung kotse? Curious lang po ko. di po kasi completo specs eh

  50. Frank
    April 8, 2018 at 10:50 am — Reply

    What we need is our own brand of engines. We have multitude of engineers making engines for the other brands. This car needs his own brand of engines.

  51. Allan
    April 25, 2018 at 7:04 pm — Reply

    We is the office tnx

  52. Alano
    May 15, 2018 at 1:52 pm — Reply

    natutuwa ako sa batuhan ng comment like negative output and positive output which is good… meaning to say kaya napapag usapan ang aurelio kasi curious tayong lahat…..magandang motivation po yan…aminin ko kahit ako ilike aurelio concept na sana pag dating ng araw meron na din ako ng aurelio car one of my dreams…..

  53. gerardo
    July 21, 2018 at 3:33 pm — Reply

    ok nsa 1.6m bsta may abs tsaka traction control,wag na airbags,,6point seatbelts tsaka rear spoiler nlang,,yung headlight motion activated din

  54. Anonymous
    April 9, 2019 at 10:21 am — Reply

    Supercar? Weh..

    The claim:
    “The Mitsubishi engine delivers up to 457 horsepower for the Aurelio, capable of propelling the car to a top speed of nearly 290 kilometers per hour and can run a quarter of a mile in under 10 seconds.”

    Where is the proof then?

    10 sec car daw. Kahit yung mga supercars hirap mag 10 seconds ito pa na surplus Japan ang engine.

    290kph? talaga ba? dream on guys.

  55. Anonymous
    June 7, 2019 at 4:57 am — Reply

    Anonymus Tahimik kanalang kaya!

  56. July 9, 2019 at 11:26 am — Reply

    It looks like a Mclaren F1 mixed with a MP4 12C and Ferrari 458 Italia head lights! Damn why do Filipinos always copy others. Filipino just copy NO ORIGINALITY!

    I can see the good. Kudos for the 3 Filipino who made this trying to create a super car for their country and to have a Filipino Super Car Brand Name. You need BILLIONS OF MONEY for this.

    Super car at just $35,000 – 40,000? 290 KPH? Then just borrowing Engines from the Honda Civic B16A2 SiR and Lancer Evolution? That is not a good idea.

    If you want your car to compete first have your own body design DO NOT BE A SECOND RATE TRYING HARD COPY CAT, I always here this from Filipinos. 290 KPH? Damn that is super car speed during the 60’s until early 80’s of a super car. Now that is no were near considered a super car speed. You must have 320 KPH now a days as minimum top speed to be considered as an ordinary cheap super car that a lot of people can buy. Plus one Filipino said here about the reliability and safety of your car.

    Even today’s high end super cars and hyper cars cannot do a quarter mile under 10 seconds. These cars could go 350 up to almost 400 kph. Are you fooling us? Then show us the proof first! If this super car can do under 10 seconds of a quarter mile then its 0-60 will be 2.3 sec and 0-100 will be 5 seconds so it will do a 8 to 9 seconds quarter mile.

    YOUR SUPERCAR WILL NEVER MEET THE SAFETY STANDARDS AND LAW OF OTHER COUNTRIES ABOUT VEHICLES. Plus I will add are you sure the engine of your car will pass the emission test specially in Europe you know how strict they are!

    You need to redesign the whole body, exterior and interior. Get engineers who will do the body design and its clay model, separate engineers who will do the suspension, chassis and most of all the engine.

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