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  • Artega Scalo Superelletra, 2017 Geneva auto show

    German sports car marque Artega in 2015 and announced plans to focus purely on electric performance, and since then the company has presented the Scalo sports car and Karo quad bike. Artega says those vehicles served as testbeds for its first production electric car, the Scalo Superelletra, which was presented this week at the 2017 Geneva auto show. The design was penned by Italian firm Touring Superleggara and has clearly been influenced by the lines of the original Scalo. The Scalo Superelletra is a very different beast under the skin, however. Power comes from four electric motors, two at...

  • 2016 Artega Scalo
    Germany’s Artega reborn as electric sports car and recreation brand

    Germany’s Artega was established in the previous decade by a group of auto industry veterans as a niche sports car brand targeting the European market. It unveiled just one model, the Henrik Fisker-designed GT, which was available with either a V-6 or electric motor, but the company ran into...

  • Artega GT sports car
    Artega’s New Owner Ceases Production Of GT Sports Car

    Production at niche sports car manufacturer Artega, based in Delbrück, Germany, has come to an end, with the company stating on its website that the last of its Henrik Fisker-designed GT sports cars rolled off the line on September 30. Artega filed for bankruptcy protection in July of this...

  • Artega GT sports car
    German Sports Car Manufacturer Artega Files For Bankruptcy

    It’s a sad day for sports car fans, with news coming out today that German firm Artega, manufacturer of the Henrik Fisker-designed GT sports car, has filed for bankruptcy. The small scale manufacturer, based in Delbrück, stated that it has become insolvent and that it is seeking to find...

  • 2012 Artega GT Concept featuring panoramic glass roof
    Artega GT gets removable glass roof option at 2012 Geneva motor show

    While it didn’t get the new convertible bodystyle we were expecting, the GT sports car from Germany’s Artega has been previewed with a wide panoramic glass roof at this week’s 2012 Geneva Motor Show. We say preview as the car in Geneva is still at concept, although given the...

  • Roding Roadster official teaser
    Germany’s Artega And Roding To Show New Roadsters In Geneva

    Two manufacturers of sports cars hailing from Germany are planning to debut some new models at the 2012 Geneva Motor Show taking place next month. One of them is Artega, the maker of the Henrik Fisker designed GT sports car, which is expected to unveil the long-awaited convertible version of its...

  • Artega SE electric sports coupe

    The last we heard of German start-up Artega and its Henrik Fisker designed GT sports coupe, the company had just started building and selling a limited run of its cars, which at the time were available exclusively with a 300 horsepower V-6. At this past week’s 2011 Geneva Motor Show, Artega has unveiled a new, greener version of the GT dubbed the Sports Electric, or SE for short. Instead of featuring a mid-engine layout, the new Artega SE ditches the gasoline V-6 in favor of two zero-emission electric motors mounted on the rear axle. They provide a combined output of 380 horsepower and...

  • Artega GT now on sale
    Artega GT Now On Sale

    There’s been a definite resurgence in small and lightweight roadsters. Tiny road-going racers with punchy engines and the kind of handling owners of bigger and heavier sports cars can only dream of. Some of the cars that spring to mind include the KTM X-bow, MMI Avocet, and pretty much...

  • Artega to launch more models after GT
    Artega To Launch More Models After GT

    Artega has announced that the first customer deliveries of its new GT coupe will commence by the middle of next year, which is just over 12 months from when the car was first displayed in concept form back at March’s Geneva Motor Show. The car displayed in Geneva was merely an empty shell...

  • Artega GT Coupe headed for Geneva
    Artega GT Coupe Headed For Geneva

    Former Rolls Royce boss Klaus Dieter Frers and a team of auto industry experts have developed the new Artega GT Coupe. The car, which will be officially unveiled at the upcoming Geneva Motor Show, is roughly the same size as Volkswagen’s small Polo hatch. It measures just 3.95m in length and...

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