The result was a vehicle that features an aluminium structure with composite panels including lightweight alloys mechanically welded for increased strength and rigidity. Surprisingly, the car will be offered with three different engine options including four, six and eight cylinder variants. To maintain the car’s exclusiveness, the company plans to create only twelve units when final testing is complete.
The car features the typical mid-engined rear drive format. The 2L four-cylinder version will develop close to 200hp and features a five-speed gearbox. Stopping power is thanks to four-pot calliper disc brakes all round, sitting on a set of 19in aluminium wheels. No details on the other versions have been released.
[Source: Car Body Design]