Are all those engines turbocharged? Because the name says “charged”, but the torque figures say “eco tuned N/A”. How is a turbo 2.3 making 152 lb-ft? Why are about half of them so small (2.5 in that body?)? And why is all that marketing so discouraging?
Soar into the future with the 1995 Hampton Vulture range.
Above, left to right: Hampton Vulture Coupe range - 3.5 (far left), 3.2 (left), 2.0 (right), and 1.8 (far right). Below, left to right: Hampton Vulture Spider range - 3.5 (far left), 3.2 (left), 2.0 (right), and 1.8 (far right).
Although the Harrier has its place in our lineup as its flagship sports car, we understand that its high price puts it out of reach of customers with smaller budgets. To that end, we have also chosen to show a smaller, lighter and more affordable offering - the new-for-'95 Vulture, scheduled to go on sale in the fourth quarter of 1994 as a 1995 model. Pricing for the range is as follows:
- 1.8 (115-bhp I4) - from $23,000 AMU (Coupe), $24,500 AMU (Spider)
- 2.0 (155-bhp I4) - from $24,800 AMU (Coupe), $26,200 AMU (Spider)
- 3.2 (215-bhp I6) - from $30,900 AMU (Coupe), $32,300 AMU (Spider)
- 3.5 (305-bhp I6) - from $36,800 AMU (Coupe), $38,200 AMU (Spider)
All Vultures come standard with a six-speed manual transmission (five-speed automatic optional on all except for 3.5), a limited-slip differential (viscous on four-cylinder models, Torsen on six-cylinder models), driver and passenger front airbags, variable-ratio power steering, ABS, traction control, and AM/FM stereo with cassette tape deck and CD player. Metallic paint is a no-cost option on all trims.
Introducing the all-new 1995 Hampton Hawkeye.
Clockwise from top left: 4.6 Coupe, 4.6 Convertible and 5.4 Coupe.
Our largest and most opulent two-door car to date, the Hawkeye, has finally arrived, and will go on sale in the fourth quarter of 1994 as a 1995 model. This grand tourer boasts seating for four, and a wide array of standard equipment, including a high-end audio system with CD player, climate-controlled air conditioning, advanced air suspension with adaptive dampers, a luxurious interior with genuine leather and woodgrain trim, dual airbags, anti-lock brakes and traction control. Metallic and pearlescent paints are no-cost options across the range.
Pricing for the Hawkeye range are as follows:
- 4.6 (325-bhp V8, 5-speed automatic transmission only) - from $54,600 AMU (coupe), $56,500 AMU (convertible)
- 5.4 (405-bhp V8, 6-speed manual transmission only, limited annual availability) - from $66,500 AMU
Please contact your nearest dealership for test drive inquiries.
3.0 inline 5
Like the 70s Mercedes 300D, but it didn’t make 100 hp even per 3 liter…
Introducing the TransCargo VaneX in the United States! (with a little surprise too)
The VaneX is TransCargo’s currently top-of-the-range van, and to inaugurate the start of our endeavor to expand our market to the US, we’ve built something a bit special
The TransCargo VaneX "51"
The VaneX “51” is the ultimate version of the VaneX: it’s powered by a 5.1L turbocharged V8 developed by molding two standard VaneX’s I4 together and strapping two big turbos on it, because why not!
This V8 is capable of 748hp@7100rpm and 773Nm@6600rpm, and, thanks to a 5-speed manual transmission and AWD, can make this van reach a top speed of 317km/h and a 0-100 time of 3.9s
Even though it’s not street legal, it can still haul a respectable 944kg of cargo, so you could run around the Nurburgring with almost two Lotus Elan in the back while proudly showing your support for the great British/French car industry in the most American way possible!
If you want to try it, here it is! (please don’t hurt yourself) TransCargo_VaneX_-_51.car (36.4 KB)
TransCargo Commercial Vehicles, The Best Anglo/French Collaboration Since Concorde
Say hello to the 1995 Hakaru C25, a rugged and capable SUV, new in the Hakaru family.
With the steady arrival of the year 2000, Hakaru has got you covered with the C25; a reliable and sturdy 4x4 that can carry a large amount of cargo in the rear, and still have space for 5 people and a comfortable amount of legroom in the rear.
Pictured above is the SE trim C25, with a 2.0L JGR2-FZ engine option.
Engines range from a 1.8L petrol i4 to a 3.6L V8 in the C25 Shinrin.
Prices will start at $18500 for the base model 1.8L.
An optional tailgate spare wheel can be specified at your local dealer.