Nice to hear you like my designs! ADM is still a small mass-production company and only sells cars within its own country. In a few years will jump into the globalization’s fauces and will start selling cars in the rest of america, and eventually the world
But, in the meantime:
1950 Rivera II Signore
After the success of the first generation of the Rivera, ADM renewed the design for a more modern look. It was also bigger and the coupé version was ditched out (the Madero was set to fill that gap). Powered by the same Ventury 6 engine and a new 4 speed gearbox designed for crusing, the Rivera was the car in its time (and its country). It was immortalized in different movies, and due to its popularity it was well selled in different markets.
It could seat up to 4 adults in a comfortabable interior (pretty much the same materials, seats and dashboard was borrowed from the Volcán) while still reaching 100 km/h in 15.5 seconds, even weighting almost ton and a half.
Market figures for fruinia
Market price: $10,260
1950 price: $1,043