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2018 New York International Auto Show (NYIAS)


Kasai Motors, in a joint collaboration with Centro Stile Betta, presents:

Kasai Shindai BSC

Unhinged. Inconspicuous.

Powered by a 5.7L twin turbo V12 engine developed in-house generating 600 hp and 551 lb-ft of torque mated to a 6-speed auto transverse AWD transmission, this 5-door luxury hatchback serves as a proof of concept on “How much can it fit in a small package?”

Entrusting fully to Centro Stile Betta on the design department, it is finished in CSB’s Betta Chacarron Brown, with 19" Betta Gunsmoke Grey 10-spoke alloy wheels and Temperamento Orange calipers. It looks very brown and aggressive, all the while still maintaining its manners.

Unfortunately, due to the high cost of manufacturing the V12 engine, the Shindai BSC is only going to be produced in a limited amount. The mass-produced variant, however, is going to release soon, powered by a similarly-potent V6 engine instead.

Contact us to book for a test drive today.

(many thanks to @TheMiltos21 for the design!)


Head says: This seems wrong on so many levels.

Heart says: Not really.

And for once I’ll trust my heart instead of my head.

Nothing is crazier than a luxury compact hatchback with a transversely mounted twin-turbo V12 driving all four wheels.


In 1955 Franklin unveiled their first sportscar. Rather than a sporty variant of the HiWay, this was a fully fledged sportscar call the Cerberus.

Today Franklin Marshall would like to present the latest incarnation of this small, lightweight sports car.

3.2L i6 turbocharged engine
Power: 366hp @ 7100rpm
Torque: 490nm @ 4900rpm
Top speed: 173mph
Acceleration: 0-60mph in 3.9s
Fuel ecnomy: 35mpg (imp)
Glued aluminium chassis with aluminium panels
OTR $45,000 (plus taxes where applicable)

Whereas previously the Cerberus has always been a 1 variant vehicle with an i6 engine, the engineers decided to see what could be done by doubling the cylinders. They fitted the car with a 3.5L V12 producing 600hp, better aero package, and a lighter body. This car is to be sold in a very limited number. We’d like to present the Cerberus Hades Edition.



A bit of Lincoln no?


Montes Cars - Enjoy Driving

Sadly, I will be unable to release my car, because my computer is entirely dead.
I hope I’ll be back in the game soon, but it’s not sure :frowning:


2019 Zasteros Arcada GT

Raw Grand Tour Experience


Luceat, Shromet and Maine Motors. A story of collaboration.

NYIAS 2018.

(Props to @titleguy1 and @DoctorNarfy for the opportunity to make this awesome collab happen!)


So, the V6 could compete with the Urban MRP?


Anything can be taken on a track. Let us show you tomorrow.


Pre-Show 2

*Misquoting @NormanVauxhall there


Yes. True :joy::joy::joy:

Is a Deva Vu.

I think that I need to choose that as brand motto.


2018 Evgenis Valkyrie and Evgenis Valkyrie SW

We welcome you all to the reveal of another brand new model at Evgenis, this time the best there is to offer in the premium hatchback and estate segment, the Evgenis Valkyrie. The goal is simple with this car, to offer a high-quality product that allows for considerable levels of customisability to allow someone to truly reflect their personality and identity in their car, as well as continue to stand by our all-important ethos, “Premium, standard.”

As it is was noted in the recent reveal of the Pegasus, Evgenis now wants to offer a more varied design to the cars in its segment while retaining similar characteristics that make our cards undoubtedly Evgenis. The Valkyrie is the second car to showcase this, offering a more youthful, sporty and customisable look.

The Valkyrie still holds bold statements, continuing the trend at the front with the new, bolder grille design with the logo situated above and the grille flowing effortlessly into the headlight cluster, this time a far sharper and slimmer approach to that offered previously. The rear boasts similar design traits, with a chrome strip running from tail light to taillight and the new Evgenis badge in letters located beneath. Below is a sportier lower bumper design with integrated exhausts.

All Valkyries will come as standard with LED daytime running lights front and rear, with the option to upgrade to our advanced full-LED lighting with startup and shutdown sequences, auto high-beam adjustment and ultra high beam modes. All lighting systems are standard with our popular sweeping indicator system.

All of this applies to the estate variant of this vehicle, which holds the vast majority of the design statements found on the hatchback just with an elongated rear end.

The interior continues the similar trends found on the exterior of clean and modern lines that run continuously around the vehicle.

As already mentioned, customisability is a huge deal with this vehicle, allowing purchases to truly choose the right look for them. We will offer this car with a number of colour choices that is far broader than any other car in this segment, a wide range of alloy wheels from 16 to 19 inches and two different roof designs. As always, this car is available on our Evgenis Custom Collection scheme, offering the best level of customisability possible.

The new Valkyrie will be available with a wide range of petrol, diesel, gas and hybrid drivetrains, with most being available from launch and alternative fuel variants in 2019. The petrol engine lineup consists of a 1.2-litre turbocharged inline 4 with 125 bhp, a 1.5-litre turbocharged inline 4 with 150 bhp and a 2.0-litre turbocharged inline 4 with 180 bhp. All petrol engines will be available in the European market, with only the latter available in the Americas. The diesel engine lineup will include our award-winning 1.5-litre and 2.0-litre diesel engines, offering 120 bhp (1.5), 150 and 185 bhp (2.0) and incredible fuel economy figures. This is also reflected in the estate variant.

Efficiency is key, with all petrol engines getting no more than 5.0 l/100 km (56.5 UK mpg/47 US mpg) in real-world driving, whereas the diesels take it one step further being able to get less than 4.0 l/100 km (70.6 UK mpg/58.8 US mpg) in everyday driving. We feel it is correct for us to reveal realistic figures as we don’t like deceiving our clients with unrealistic consumption claims.

All engines will be available with a choice of transmissions, with either a six-speed manual or our popular eight-speed ZF automatic on offer. Both transmissions have been tuned to offer seamless and enjoyable driving, while not become cumbersome or a hindrance to performance nor economy.

As with every other model in the Evgenis lineup, we find technology is a truly important aspect of modern day driving, as more and more technology is becoming more widespread. That is why we believed that it was key to offer considerable amounts of technology as standard, as well as very reasonably priced packages that would allow purchasers to access very advanced technologies that most won’t be accustomed to in this segment. We also feel this is a better than offering multiple trim levels as it reduces confusion and allows you to add exactly what you want from your car without getting items you don’t feel you require.

Autonomous features are available as standard, with autonomous emergency braking, blind spot monitoring and lane departure warning being fitted all as standard. More advanced autonomous features are available in the “Advanced Autonomy Pack”, offering lane keep assist, adaptive cruise control and reverse blind spot assist that will stop the car in the event of a potential collision when reversing out of a blind space.

All Valkyries will be available with rear parking sensors, but an “Advanced Parking Pack” adds surround cameras and surround parking sensors, as well as autonomous parking to really take the sting out of parking.

Estate variants of the car boast some additional options, such as self-levelling suspension and a practicality pack that allows you to fold seats down electronically and adds a variety of additional elements to the boot to make it more useful.

Additionally, all purchasers will be able to use Apple CarPlay and Android Auto on the base model thanks to the standard 8” touchscreen infotainment system, which can be upgraded to 10” with digital cockpit to allow for customisable displays and truly impressive graphics.

In order to stick to our motto of offering “premium, standard”, the Valkyrie will come with a very upmarket interior that will ensure a sense of durability, as well as a premium feel and being incredibly customisable to suit the needs of each individual, including being open once more to the Evgenis Custom Collection to really add an edge to your car.

As to be expected with premium vehicles, interior materials are of a high standard, with all major surfaces being covered in plush, soft-touch materials, as well as there being a mixture of gloss, wood and metal depending on personal specification. A wide array of different inlays and interior colour schemes will be available, as well as different grades of interior luxury with the car coming as standard with premium cloth seats, upgradable to leather or even Nappa leather. These upgrades also change some of the surfaces of the car from plush, soft-touch materials, to leather-covered surfaces.

Estate variants have some extra features relating to the boot, with all having a carpeted floor as standard with the possibility to add extra features such as wood or metallic elements to make the boot feel that extra bit more special.

The Valkyrie will come standard with 4G connectivity plus emergency callout, with the first being completely free for the first 3 years of ownership, although extensions packages can be purchased, and emergency callout being free for life.

Valkyrie was designed for a very broad market, including youthful and more mature clients, so we wanted a car that could drive exactly as you wanted it to. We continue to offer extremely high-end driving dynamics with this car, as well as sticking to the running theme of customisability.

As standard, the Valkyrie comes with a relatively advanced suspension setup for this segment that has an exceptional blend of comfort and sportiness, with the option to make it even more capable by adding the “Advanced Dynamics Pack”, which will allow for fully customisable driving dynamics ranging from engine response and suspension settings, meaning if you want this car to be engaging and responsive because you want to hoon down a B-road, then that is truly possible, whereas if you simply want to waft along in exceptional comfort on a long motorway cruise then you truly can. We wanted this car to feel like a sports car and/or a luxury car and we feel we really have achieved this.

Also, as mentioned previously, the estate variants of this car can be equipped with even more advanced rear suspension that allows the car to self-level in the event you are carrying large items in the back or even perhaps are towing something of considerable heft.

Available in all markets in September 2018.
UK pricing starting from £20,995 (hatch) / £22,495 (estate)
EU pricing starting from €26,995 (hatch) / €28,995 (estate)
US pricing starting from $24,995 (hatch) / $26,495 (estate)



The launch of this car should have been accompanied by “Ride of the Valkyries”… For something so small, it looks imposing enough to deserve the name!


(The Scylla GT is the only surviving LMC car from when my laptop broke, so rather than trying to remake everything, I’m just gonna slowly create a new lineup as I go. So without further ado…)

2019 Leviathan Maladus GTR

There was an attempt…

A behemoth of LMC’s modern performance technology, the Maladus GTR will take the place of Leviathan’s top-end performance car next year. Utilizing a heavily tuned version of the 4.3L Twinturbo from the Scylla, the Maladus produces 829 hp and revs to a screaming 9800 rpm. The acceleration reaches hypercar levels with a 0-62 mph time of 2.6 seconds. The driver feels a thrilling constant 1g of force through the first 2 gears of hard acceleration Even with the GTR’s aero package significantly reducing top speed in favor of handling, the Maladus still reaches over 200 mph.

The Maladus sports a wide array of features to glue the massive coupe to the road. The AWD system delivers power through a 6-speed dual clutch gearbox with an electric LSD. Even though the Maladus weighs just over 4,000 lbs, it drives like it is much lighter with it’s active high-performance suspension. The car easily pulls over 1.3 lateral g’s through flat turns. The carbon ceramic brakes bring the car to a halt from 60 mph in just 87.5 ft. A limited track-tuned version is yet to come to push the Maladus to the max.

The Maladus doesn’t sacrifice comfort for it’s performance. The leather interior boasts a quality HUD system with revel audio speakers. It is also very spacious for a car in this level of performance. The V12, although making 330 more horsepower, is as smooth as ever. The gas mileage is at a respectable 20.5 mpg combined.
You could practically daily this 829 hp car if you wanted to.

The price for the Maladus GTR is projected to be $108,750 (90% markup) at release. A significantly more inexpensive base model GTS with an N/A V10 is planned as well as a limited Track Edition.

(I wanted to do more but I think that’ll have to be it for the NYIAS for me)


Žnoprešk Zanzibar - 3.8 Green (US Spec)

On the Iurlaro stand, a car is genlty pushed on the empty rotating platform under a maroon blanket.
Tomorrow the unveil.


KHT Augusta Vision GT concept.

2.2 Turbo / 314 hp / 850 kg / 3.3 Seconds / 273 kph / 7:35 @ Nordschleife / 5.8L - 100km

P.S: I really miss the gallardo vent…

Automation Vision Gran Turismo [Outdated]

AL Autos Booth (Press Day 1)


Welcome to the AL Autos Booth here at the 2018 New York International Auto Show! For the past few months, AL Autos has been working on improving our current models as well as developing some fun new models for ya’ll to enjoy. As of now, we have with us three of our models with us, each one designed to the best of our abilities, as well as another model designed in partnership with the Hennessy Motor Company (HMC): the AL Actio, the AL Adventum, the AL Citatus, and the special reveal which will come on the second day of the NYIAS press days. Let us get this show on the road, shall we?

AL Actio RGR

When you’ve gotta go fast, you gotta go fast.

The Body

Our fastest super car as of now, the Actio has been face-lifted for the new model year in order to provide for a more aggressive look that its predecessor: Our all new triangle headlamps, and black accented grille and vent fixtures. These give the Actio a flowing yet aggressive look unlike any other supercar we’ve produced. On the side, we’ve also included a side vent to provide some extra cooling for the new engine we’ve placed in the body. The aluminum body of the Actio, with everything on it, weighs in at 3548.4 lbs (1609.5 kgs).

The Performance

Speaking of the engine, the Actio has an all-new 5.7 L Twin Turbo Flatplane V8 producing 914 HP and 665 ft-lb of torque. This is delivered to the rear wheels via a Longitudinal RWD system. Also found in the Carbon Fiber Monocoque Chassis: A 7 Speed Double Clutch Sequential Gearbox, an Electric Limited Slip Differential, AL Sport Compound Tires, 4 Piston/6 Piston Carbon Ceramic Brakes, and an Active Sport Tuned Pushrod Suspension System. This allows for the Actio to go from 0-62 MPH (0-100 KPH) in 2.4 seconds, achieve a top speed of 236.6 MPH (380.8 KPH), and clock our fastest time on for our lineup, a 1:10.5, on the Top Gear Test Track.

Some Added Features

AL Autos has included some nifty additions to the Actio to allow for a more personalized driving experience: Our ALDrivingProfile (3 Set Driving Modes: Track, Road Sport, and Road Comfort) which adjust suspension height, active aero positions, steering sensitivity, quickens the gear shifts, and allows for more sensitive throttle and brake application; A digital gauge cluster accompanied with a multimedia screen which shows both gps and media (AM/FM, SAT, MP3, and Bluetooth) screens and also adapts to the driving mode selected and is controlled either by steering wheel mounted buttons or a touch pad found in the center console; and a heads up display which shows your tachometer, your speedometer, your gps directions, and many other features which can be customized to suit the driver.


Actio RGR (Fully Loaded): $257,200

AL Adventum RGSW and RGSW2

Running errands and driving the family around doesn’t have to be dull.



The Body

The Adventum is our first attempt at making a sports wagon that is fun to drive yet practical for you and your family. The Aluminum body is fitted with our new fixtures which make this car look aggressive: sharp angled headlamps, the chrome lined nose grille and vents, the fitting mouth grille, our grille/exhaust tip combo, and our new tail light/vent combo. The Adventum, with all features included on the RGSW2 trim, weighs in at 4121.6 lbs (1869.5 kgs).

The Engines

AL Autos gives buyers a choice of two engines for the Adventum. The first, which comes standard with the RGSW trim, is a 2.2 L Turbocharged 4-cylinder producing 265 HP and 214 ft-lb of torque. The second, which comes standard with the RGSW2 trim, is a 3.2 L Twin Turbo V6 producing 348 HP and 321 ft-lb of torque. Both engines get around 19 MPG average. The RGSW trim comes equipped with a 6 Speed Automatic, the RGSW2 trim comes equipped with a 7 Speed Automatic. Both trims come equipped with Medium Compound Road tires (size varies per trim) and alloy rims. Both trims come equipped with Solid Disc Brakes (6 Piston Front, 4 Piston Rear) (Size varies per vehicle), Both come with semi clad undertrays. Finally, both trims have Double Wishbone (F) and Multilink ( R ) suspension. The RGSW can achieve 0-62 MPH (0-100 KPH) in 6.9 seconds, achieve a top speed of 148.9 MPH (239.6 KPH), and clock a 1:31.3 on the Top Gear Test Track. The RGSW2 can achieve 0-62 MPH (0-100 KPH) in 5.9 seconds, achieve a top speed of 156.9 MPH (252.5 KPH), and clock a 1:27.1 on the Top Gear Test Track.

The Interior Features + Safety

AL Autos wants to keep the driver and their families a safe ride while also doing our best to provide a smooth, comfortable ride.

Let’s start with the interior features: The RGSW trim gets comfortable cloth seats (Upgradeable to Leather Seats), Automatic Climate Control Front and Rear standard, our ALConnect Infotainment System standard, optional LED lighting, adjustable leather trimmed steering wheel, storage bins found in the door panels standard, and 2 cup holders front and back standard. The RGSW2 comes with all upgradeable features mentioned in the RGSW trim standard.

Now for Safety (Found on both trims standard). AL Autos included a multitude of safety features to keep you and your family safe: A 360 degree HD camera system, front and rear sensors, front and rear cross traffic collision alerts accompanied by automatic emergency braking, vibrating seats, and steering wheel to serve as a warning, auto rapid flashing hazards in case of emergency braking, lane keep assist, cruise control, and a door opening warning system which alerts the driver or a passenger that it isn’t safe to open the door due to incoming traffic/pedestrians.


Adventum RGSW
Base Price: $30,501

Fully Loaded: $35,991

Adventum RGSW2:
Fully Loaded: $42,578

AL Citatus RGS

A premium mid-engine sports car ready to excite.

The Body

The Citatus is sporting the same body shape as our fastest vehicle, the Actio, but has scaled down to make it a compact sports car. The fixtures added are a step away from the usual here at AL Autos as we wanted something that stood out from the rest of our lineup: The sleek happy front end with its portion of grilles and vents, a new headlight/DRL teardrop headlamps, and a simplified yet aggressive looking side vents and rear end. The Citatus also weighs in at 2602.6 lbs (1180.5 kgs) thanks to lightweight aluminum body construction and a carbon fiber monocoque chassis. Just from the looks alone, one could tell that this car is ready to excite.

The Engine

The heart of this passionate little vehicle is a mid-transverse 1.7 L Turbocharged 4-cylinder engine producing 258 HP and 187 ft-lb of torque. This is sent to the rear wheels through a transverse RWD system. Also found underneath the Citatus: a Manual 6 Speed Transmission, electric limited slip differential, ALSportCompound tires (225 F, 255 R), alloy rims, solid disc brakes (4-piston front, 6-piston rear), and sport tuned pushrod front and rear suspension. This recipe allows for the Citatus to go from 0-62 MPH (0-100 KPH) in 4.6 seconds, achieve a top speed of 161.2 MPH (259.4 KPH), and clock a 1:22.0 on the Top Gear Test Track.

Some Added Features

AL Autos has included some features to the Citatus to allow for a more sensational driving experience: Our ALDrivingProfile (3 Set Driving Modes: Track, Road Sport, and Road Comfort) which adjust suspension height, steering sensitivity, quickens the gear shifts, and allows for more sensitive throttle and brake application; Adaptive Launch Control, A digital gauge cluster accompanied with a multimedia screen which shows both gps and media (AM/FM, SAT, MP3, and Bluetooth) screens and also adapts to the driving mode selected and is controlled either by steering wheel mounted buttons or a touch pad found in the center console; and a heads up display which shows your tachometer, your speedometer, your gps directions, and many other features which can be customized to suit the driver.

For Future Reference

A cheaper version of the Citatus is currently in development. Reveal coming soon.


Citatus RGS (Fully Loaded): $70,180

That’s all for now! Thank you for visiting the AL Autos booth! Stay tuned as a special reveal is to come on the 2nd press day!


ES: Evgenis Sport - 2018 Evgenis Valkyrie ES

Hot and bothered? At last we reveal the sportier division of our company that will be adding a number of faster, performance focused version of our vehicles, first with the brand new Evgenis Valkyrie ES, a hot hatch to send others into oblivion!

The Evgenis Valkyrie ES is equipped with a powerful, 2.0-litre turbocharged engine, revving all the way to 8500 rpm, with 325 bhp, mated to a seven-speed dual-clutch gearbox and rear-biased AWD system, to give the car some incredible straight line performance, topping out at an electronically limited 260 kph (161.6 mph) and reaching 100 kph (62.1 mph) in 5 seconds flat with launch control.

Driving dynamics are exceptional, with the Evgenis Sport team working very hard on maximising the potential grip, fine-tuning the suspension and far, far more to make the most engaging car yet, performing at levels that most won’t believe is even possible for a hot hatchback. An electronic, limited slip differential is equipped on the car as standard, just adding even more capability to the car. To make it clear just how fast this car is, the Evgenis Valkyrie ES managed a lap of the Top Gear Test Track, one of the multiple tracks where the testing was conducted, in an impressive 1:23, faster than any other hatchback around this circuit by over 2 seconds.

On top of all the performance changes to the car, the design has been altered drastically to improve cooling and aerodynamics in favour of the larger engine and greater performance demands, but also to offer a far sportier and engaging stance. These new aerodynamic changes certainly aren’t far show, generating substantial downforce in order to truly push the car into the tarmac, but with it also being active aero it can adjust to suit the needs within in instant, with a computer calculating the position of lips and wings several hundred times a second.

The interior has also seen a revamp, with the entire interior getting an overhaul with far sportier and lightweight materials such as alcantara and carbon fibre inlays, as well as black headlining and a number of other sportier features and ES emblems dotted around the cabin to also remind you that you are in something truly special.

Further information to be revealed closer to the release date of the car. For now, some more images:

Available in all markets in Q4 2018, full date reveal later in the year.
UK pricing starting from £39,995
EU pricing starting from €49,995
US pricing starting from $44,995