Equus Bass 770

Equus Bass 770
Manufacturer Equus Automotive
Also called Equus Bass
Production 2013present
Model years 2014present
Assembly Detroit, Michigan, United States
Body and chassis
Class Muscle car
Body style 2-door fastback coupé
Layout FMR layout
Related AMC Marlin
Chevrolet Camaro (first generation)
Dodge Challenger (1970-1974)
Dodge Charger (B-body)
Ford Mustang Shelby GT 500 (1967)
Plymouth Barracuda (1970-1971)
Pontiac GTO (First Generation)
Chevrolet Corvette (C6) ZR1
Engine 6.2 L LS9 supercharged 90-degree V8
Power output 640 hp (477 kW; 649 PS)
605 lb⋅ft (820 N⋅m)
Transmission 6-speed rear-mounted dual-clutch
Wheelbase 2,950 mm (116 in)
Length 4,927 mm (194 in)
Width 1,934 mm (76 in)
Height 1,390 mm (55 in)
Curb weight 1,651 kg (3,640 lb)

The Equus Bass 770 (stylized EQUUS BASS 770) is a handcrafted American luxury muscle car manufactured by the company Equus Automotive.

Six models can be chosen, these being Accent, Accent Plus, Design, Design Plus, Edition and Collection, starting from US$250,000 and can go as high as US$290,000. This price makes the Bass 770 one of the most expensive muscle cars to be currently sold.[1]


The car's exterior design was inspired by many classic muscle cars of the 1970s. These included the Chevrolet Camaro, the Dodge Challenger, the Dodge Charger, the Plymouth Barracuda, the Pontiac GTO, the Ford Mustang, and the AMC Marlin.[2]

The interior also sports a vintage look, with retro-spec gauges, switches and steering wheel, while still maintaining a modern aspect with many LED components used for the exterior and modern technology (such as an infotainment system and a GPS navigation system along with parking sensors) used for the interior.[3]

Vehicle data

The car's chassis and body are made of aluminum to keep weight as low as possible, with additional carbon fiber inlets to enhance structural strength and stability.[4] The entire vehicle is handcrafted.

The car uses a 6.2-liter supercharged 90-degree V8 derived from the Chevrolet Corvette ZR1. The engine delivers 640 hp (477 kW; 649 PS) at 6500 rpm and 605 lb⋅ft (820 N⋅m) at 3800 rpm. This enables the car to accelerate from 0–60 mph (0–97 km/h) in 3.4 seconds and achieve a top speed above 200 mph (322 km/h).[5] All of the power is delivered to the rear wheels via a 6-speed rear-mounted dual-clutch transmission making the car rear-wheel drive.[6][7]

The car uses tires of sizes 255/40ZR19 at the front and 285/40ZR19 at the rear. Brembo six-piston brake calipers at the front and four-piston calipers at the rear along with carbon-ceramic matrix (CCM) ventilated and cross-drilled brake rotors are utilised for effective braking. The rotors measure 394 mm (15.5 in) at the front and 356 mm (14 in) at the rear.[4]

The Bass 770 uses many systems to keep maintain stability while being driven, these being Magnetic Selective Ride Control, Performance Traction Management, an Active Handling System with traction control and variable-ratio power steering.[7]

Other media

This car has made an appearance in the mobile phone video game Asphalt Street Storm Racing and a modified offroad version has also made its appearance in Asphalt Xtreme.


  1. Nelson Ireson (25 September 2013). "Equus Bass 770, Muscle car Chimera". Motor Authority. Retrieved 23 March 2018.
  2. Torchinsky, Jason. "The Secrets Of The Equus Bass, The Best Muscle Car Mashup You Can Buy". Jalopnik. Retrieved 2017-05-31.
  3. "2014 Equus Bass770 Review - Gallery @ Top Speed". Top Speed. Retrieved 2017-05-31.
  4. 1 2 "Equus Bass770 Reviews, Specs & Prices @ Top Speed". Top Speed. Retrieved 2017-05-31.
  5. "2015 Equus Bass770 First Look from the 2014 Detroit Auto Show - Motor Trend WOT". Motor Trend. 2014-01-17. Retrieved 2017-05-31.
  6. "Equus reveals the Bass 770". Top Gear. Retrieved 2017-05-31.
  7. 1 2 "Luxury muscle: The Equus Bass 770". newatlas.com. Retrieved 2017-05-31.
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