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~ Future driven ~

Arion Automotive & Racing Co. are my own personal brand I created for making my automation cars, I like to think of them as a luxury boutique car manufacturer. I mainly made the Arion brand as my own way to express my own style and creativity with cars, so I hope you enjoy!

I am currently creating a storyline & lore for the Arion brand. I’d love for some help or tips & guidance if anyone wants to drop me a DM!

Any and all constructive criticism would be awesome, as I’m very excited to know what the community thinks of my designs!


History:

Arion Automotive & Racing Co. are a British brand based just outside the North Yorkshire Moors. They are a rather abstract, unconventional and unique brand who create luxury boutique cars, generally in limited numbers due to their personalised and exotic nature.

Formed in 1930 by Aruna Arion Leone (20), with money from commissions earned by designing car blueprints, he went on to create the company Arion Automotive & Racing Co. as firstly an outside design/style company that did work for other brands.

It was 1945 when they created their first prototype for the Arion Bullet, a rather wild car with a huge in-house designed and built 6.8L V16, 4x4 drivetrain and elegant yet dominative styling. With funding from their outsourced styling, the company produced around 10 Bullets in 1946, tailoring each one uniquely with the buyer. Rather wealthy businesses loved the idea of the Bullet, and investors rose into the company, which helping it grow. At the end of the line in '51, 137 Bullets had been produced, further aiding the brand to what it is today.

Because of the company growing quite fast Aruna created the tag line “Future Driven” as their styling was out there, it was thought to be futuristic and strange, which he embraced.

An experimental Arion design department known as Cosmos was formed in 1959 to experiment with aerodynamics and more unconventional styling. They aid in work for Arion cars, even releasing special editions sometimes, which usually have increased sportiness, luxury, comfort and prestige.

In 1983 Aruna (73) stepped down as the chairman of Arion, giving the company to his son Aruna Jr. who would go on to run the company into the 80’s and beyond.

The company was doing very well in financial condition, having the complete muscle car lineup: Heron, Pelican and Shoebill all selling very well. The Starling and Pylades were also quite hot sellers, especially the lighter, cheaper Starling. Aruna Jr. decided and upgraded the one and only factory Arion cars had, being an expansive facility already located just on the outskirts of Richmond. Now it had plenty more room for more production as well as a larger design department incorporating Cosmos. As well as this, there was a separate department for the Arion Racing side, where they upgraded and modified customer cars as well as making full race cars for teams and their own racing division.

Now in the late 80’s, Arion begun really breaking the mould, forming their own luxury, industrial truck: The Dune, along with the Perseus and Spica which cut into the premium family & sports car market like a storm. With all their recent success, the company was growing extremely quickly, so much so that Aruna Jr. had almost gone bankrupt with his spending on his own personal hypercar project code named “Monoceros,” as well as his exotic, wild, expensive private life. Thankfully the lead team of Arion caught onto this and disallowed him of being chairman of the company. Still in ownership however Aruna Jr. swung his way to getting the Monoceros into production, with it featuring at the 1989 Frankfurt Auto Show the abstract styling and high end performance gave it on par recognition as the Lamborghini Countach, Mercedes SL and even the crazy Porsche Panamericana concept.

In 1995, Arion was doing extremely well in terms of sales thanks to their diverse lineup, from Aquilla to Spica, they were all gathering lots of money to the company and gaining a long line of new fans and returning buyers all the time, making a great impact into the economy. Because of this, the head managers of Arion and Aruna Jr. agreed to expand the company further, buying a new plot of land for further technologies as well as extra production lots. The old land in North Yorkshire was left for the more low-end production but high-end quality cars, as well as the Cosmos division of the company. Aruna Sr. now in his later years, accepted his son’s offer to open the new location of the firm by cutting a big Arion Classic Red coloured banner at a grand opening, which offered lots of new jobs as well as junior and apprentices’ roles to teach the youth to one day become the role models of the future. With this new investment, Arion reached out to companies across the world to expand their market and arranged more trade deals with Sisten. They also contacted IkaMagic, a rising Japanese firm who produced abstract boutique cars. IkaMagic and Arion had talks, they agreed to work together making cars for UK and Japanese markets sharing the same platform, but with different engines and styling.

Reaching the 2000s now, Arion had been growing non-stop from producing well-received cars from the Buckingham IV, to Magnus, Cassiopeia, and the Wren, as well as a few others. This growth had their small workplace overworked, and so the team decided to expand on a global scale with help from IkaMagic and Sisten, Arion established two global HQs in America, Chicago and Japan, Yokohama. These new headquarters based at other ends of the globe produced specific modifications to Arion models to go with the law in places, and also have cars transported from new plants in each locations around to Oceania and the rest of Asia. Europe meanwhile got Arion cars sent to a few smaller salesrooms that were developed in France, Netherlands, and Spain. With this new expansion set in place, years to come were looking on the up for Arion. However, Aruna Sr. shortly passed on (89yrs). It was a tragic day in 1999, in the early hours he had died from lung cancer. A funeral was held by his son Aruna Jr, and the day was not forgotten by Arion as a company, giving a short statement about their loss of the company founder and how they will never forget him.



Lineup:

Arion Arargte

Cosmos ['59 - '62]
GT1 Road car ['94 - '94]
GT1-R ['94 - '94]
Arargte ['93 - '97]
GL ['93 - '97]
La Elegance ['93 - '97]

Arion Apus

Apus ['03 - '07]
GL ['03 - '07]

Arion Aquila

2+2 ['55 - '57]
2 seater ['55 - '57]
LM ['55 – 57]
2+2 ['93 - '97]
GT ['93 - '97]
GL '93 - '97

Arion Buckingham

Buckingham ['47 - '54]
GL ['65 - '71]
Buckingham ['75 - '79]
IV ['99 - '06]
Supersport IV ['99 - '06]
V ['06 - '11]

Arion Bullet

V16 ['46 - '51]
B2 ['62 - '69]
B2 GT ['62 - '69]
III Concept ['75]
III ['75 - '79]
R III ['75 - '79]
IV ['93 - '98]
V ['04 - '07]

Arion Caelum

TwinTurbo ['91 - '97]

Arion Canis

Canis ['96 - '00]
Estate ['96 - '00]
Alltrack ['96 - '00]
Alltrack Estate ['96 - '00]
Canis ['06 - '10]

Arion Cassiopeia

Cassiopeia ['99 - '02]
GT1 ['99 - '02]

Arion Cetus

Cetus ['70 - '76]
Azure ['70 - '76]
TwinTurbo ['85 - '89]
TwinTurbo S ['85 - '89]
Azure ['86 - '89]
Cetus ['02 - '06]

Arion Charmeleon

Concept ['02]

Arion Cormorant

Cormorant ['90 - '94]
Coupe ['90 - '94]
Sport ['90 - '94]
Sport Coupe ['90 - '94]
v1.1 facelift ['95 - '01]
Coupe v1.1 facelift ['95 - '01]
Sport v1.1 facelift ['95 - '01]
Sport Coupe v1.1 facelift ['95 - '01]

Arion Concept

2000 ['00]

Arion Cygnus

2+2 ['89 - '94]
GT ['89 - '94]
S500 ['90 - '93]
S500 Auto ['90 - '93]
2+2 v1.1 facelift ['95 - '00]
GT v1.1 facelift ['95 - '00]

Arion Dune

Dune ['88 - '97]
Dual Cab ['88 - '97]
Dual Cab GL ['88 - '97]
SUV GL ['88 - '97]
Industrial ['88 - '97]
V2 ['97 - '00]
V2 SUV ['97 - '00]

Arion EEC

Concept Type-C ['93]
Type-R Cosmos ['94 - '94]
Type-R ['94 - '96]

Arion Fortuna

(ME) ['01 - '06]
(Budget) ['01 - '06]
(Budget-Turbo) ['01 - '06]
(Sport) ['01 - '06]

Arion Hercules

Hercules ['97 - '00]
SUV ['97 - '00]

Arion Heron

A ['70 - '75]
Great Egret A ['71 - '75]
B ['81 - '87]
Sport B ['81 - '87]
C ['94 - '98]
C Auto ['94 - '98]
C Spyder ['94 - '98]
C Spyder Auto ['94 - '98]
C Great Egret ['94 - '98]
C Great Egret Spyder ['94 - '98]
S ['02 - '10]
SL ['02 - '10]
SL (ME) ['02 - '10]

Arion Galaxy

Galaxy ['49 – 59]
Galaxy ['88 - '93]
Galaxy GL ['88 - '93]
Galaxy Sport ['88 - '93]
Galaxy Cosmos SuperSport ['88 - '93]
Galaxy GL (Limo) ['88 - '93]
Galaxy ['95 - '99]
Galaxy GL ['95 - '99]

Arion LAB

LAB ['84 - '87]
J-Spec ['96 - '00]
Kei-Sport J-Spec ['96 - '00]
UK-Spec ['96 - '00]
Kei-Sport UK-Spec ['96 - '00]

Arion Luxury Lane

Luxury Lane ['55 - '56]

Arion Magnus

Magnus ['99 - '02]
Sport ['99 - '02]
GL ['99 - '02]
Cosmos ['99 - '02]
GT2 Road car ['99 - '02]
GT2 ['99 - '02]

Arion Monoceros

1507A ['89 - '94]

Arion Mythos

Mythos ['80 - '87]
Cosmos ['80 - '87]
Cosmos SuperSport ['81 - '87]
BTCC ['82 - '87]
Mythos ['01 - '06]
(Sequential) ['01 - '06]
(GL) ['01 - '06]
(Sport) ['01 - '06]
(Police) ['01 - '06]
Mythos facelift ['06 - '10]
(Sequential) facelift ['06 - '10]

Arion Pelican

Pelican ['70 - '78]
Pelican ['83 - '88]
III ['02 - '06]
III (ME) ['02 - '06]
III facelift ['06 - '10]
III (ME) facelift ['06 - '10]

Arion Perseus

Perseus ['88 - '93]
GL ['88 - '93]
Sport ['88 - '93]
Spyder ['90 - '93]
Spyder GL ['90 - '93]
Spyder Sport ['90 - '93]
Spyder Cosmos ['90 - '93]

Arion Pisces

Concept ['02]

Arion Polaris

(ME) ['01 - '08]
(Budget) ['01 - '08]
(Budget-Turbo) ['01 - '08]
(GL) ['01 - '08]
(GL-L) ['01 - '08]

Arion Project

214 Road Version ['76 - '81]
Project 214 ['76 - '81]

Arion Pylades

Pylades ['66 - '72]
Supersport ['69 - '75]
II “51” ['81 - '86]
II ['81 - '88]
III Concept ['96]
III ['97 - '00]

Arion Shoebill

Shoebill ['71 - '76]
Shoebill ['82 - '88]
S ['82 - '88]
SL ['82 - '88]
GT ['95 - '98]
GT Drophead ['95 - '98]

Arion Speedster

Concept ['00]

Arion Starling

Starling ['83 - '88]
TwinTurbo ['90 - '93]
TwinTurbo Auto ['90 - '93]
TwinTurbo Sport ['93 - '97]
TwinTurbo GL ['93 - '97]

Arion Spica

Spica ['87 - '89]
Cosmos ['87 - '89]
GL ['87 - '89]
Sport ['87 - '89]
Facelift ['90 - '95]
GL Facelift ['90 - '95]
Sport Facelift ['90 - '95]
Spica ['00 - '05]
Sport ['00 - '05]
GL ['00 - '05]
Sport S2000 ['00 - '05]

Arion Taygeta

V12 TwinTurbo ['77 - '82]
V12 Cosmos ['78 - '79]
Facelift ['82 - '89]
Facelift Hatchback ['82 - '89]
Group B ['82 - '89]
Group B Road Version ['82 - '89]

Arion Trackstyle

TwinTurbo ['86 - '90]

Arion Virgo

Virgo ['96 - '00]
Estate ['96 - '00]

Arion Wren

Kei-Sport ['98 - '01]
Targa Kei-Sport ['98 - '01]


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Arion common and special engine types:

V16, V12s and V8s are the most common of Arion engines, although there is also many I4, I5 and I6 types too. In 1987 they experimented with a B4 type but dropped it once the Spica had a facelift for an I4. In the late 80’s to early 90’s, they used a few small capacity V6s.


Arion Trims & codes

Standard: The Standard trim, most basic trim of an Arion model.

Eco: This trim is more focused on being economical, and environmentally friendly.

Sport/S: The Sport trim is for a sportier feeling and seated ride, and usually a higher power and performance output.

Sport Luxury/SL: This trim level whilst being sporty retains its luxury with premium or higher grade seating, as well as sport trim type ride.

LM, BTCC, Group B, GT1, GT2, S2000, Etc: These trim levels are named after the motorsport they take part within, LM being Le Mans, BTCC being British Touring Car Championship, and S2000 being Super 2000 Rally.

Cosmos: Specially modified by Arion’s motorsport and tuning department, Cosmos trim levels are wilder and more exotic, often times limited edition versions with engine swaps or much greater power through an engine re-work.

GL & GL-L: “GL” meaning Grand Limousine, is the highest grade trim level Arion offers, having luxury or handmade interior with only the best ICE (In-car-entertainment) on the market, they usually have the softest suspension on the market, even using Arion’s own Electromagnetic suspension sometimes. “GL-L” is for Grand Limousine Limited, meaning all the GL offers and more, being a higher class limited edition, often tailored to the buyers exact wants.

Azure: Azure trim level was given to the Cetus, as a high level sport version featuring a special light blue hue.

SuperSport: The SuperSport trim is an advanced, even sportier more along the lines of race-car level upgrade to the Sport trim. It will have higher grade tuning giving it a much faster performance, as well as more creature comforts on the interior, which can be traded out for a lighter sport interior option.

La Elegance: Given as a name to special project Cosmos builds, these extremely limited edition cars are given the title “La Elegance” because of their use of silky chrome finish to the exterior trim, enhancing and giving the car an added air of luxury. The trim is alike to the GL in that factor but brings out much more.

Alltrack: Alltrack trim grade is for Arion’s AWD system tuned more to cater to all road surfaces: Tarmac, Dirt, Gravel, Snow, etc.

B, B-T: “B” for Budget, and “B-T” for Budget Turbo, these two trims are the lowest grade Arion offers. Despite being the lowest grade, they still have a minimum of premium interior, but have reduced options.

AEMVP: Arion Electromagnetic Valve Phasing, or in short Arion’s own type of VVT using highly advanced electromagnetism to cut down on materials and weight within the head, no longer using cam shafts, but electromagnetic valves vary timing without the use of a cam.


Arion Cars roster

Family premium cars:

Alltrack: Utilitarian sporty family car. Focused on being practical but fun.

Apus: Utilitarian family premium car. Unique and fancy but great for the whole family.

Canis: Family sports/city/eco/commuter car. The Canis is well rounded, being a great car for the family.

Ceyx: Luxury premium SUV for the family. Exotic split styling along with utility and room for everyone.

ECC: Fun city car/light sports car. The ECC, Eco City Car is a unique and fun way at envisioning an environmentally entertaining future.

Kei-Sport: Track/Light convertible sports car. The Kei-Sport got its name from tiny Kei-Cars in Japan, being lightweight, sporty and fun.

LAB: Family fun sports/commuter car. LAB or Light Auto Box is another Kei-Car focused on being sporty but great for a family or work car too.

Spica: Fun Premium Family Sports car. The Spica is an ideal car for anyone old or young. Coming in plenty of different trims from base, sporty, GL and Cosmos to give great variety.

Taygeta: GT/Fam Sport P./Util. Sport L. The Taygeta is a more family friendly car, being a bit less costly, whilst still being very comfortable and great for workers or just family people.

Virgo: Luxury P/Fam. Sport/City. The Virgo is an Arion base for Taxis and Police vehicles. It became popular due to its standard model being cheap and the luxury models being very good value for money.

GTP & Luxury cars:

Arargte: Luxury GTP car. A very stylised cruiser and road trip car.

Arietis: Luxury premium SUV for the family. All about clear view, having more windows and sunroofs than most Arion models.

Buckingham: Luxury Premium car. The Buckingham is a large sized luxury sedan intended for only the fanciest of people.

Cormorant: Luxury GTP car. More sedan based for a GTP, this luxury ride is the epitome of luxury stylish cruisers.

Cortenlux: Sports Spyder. Fancy Arion styling and convertible top makes this the perfect businessman’s spyder sports car, an ideal cruiser too.

Essencia: Luxury premium spyder. The Essencia is Arion’s epitome of luxury and performance, costing over £1.1 million and having 6 seats for everyone this elegant beauty is one for the record books.

Executive Cruiser: Convertible luxury GTP car. The Executive Cruiser later moved on to becoming the Cortenlux is a fancy businessman’s convertible cruiser.

Galaxias: Luxury Premium. The Galaxias is a fancy luxury estate for hauling extra cargo around as well as being rather sporty and maintaining overwhelming comfort.

Galaxy: Muscle/Executive/Family/luxury premium car. The Galaxy featured limo-like features, having one driver in the front, and all passengers behind, it also came with sunroofs and convertible bodies which held rather uniquely to a niche market forming of public private limos.

Griffon: Luxury GTP car. A sporty yet overly luxury and plush car, for playboys and millionaires wanting a simple GTP for the road.

GT: Luxury GTP. Alongside the Luxury Lane, the GT was a jet-engine, Art-Deco styled ultimate luxury GTP of the 50’s.

Luxury Lane: Luxury Premium car. Alongside the GT, the Luxury Lane was a jet-engine, Art-Deco styled ultimate luxury premium car of the 50’s.

Lynx: Luxury premium convertible. Chomey and luxury on top of the flair brought from being an open top spyder brings for a rather classy Arion ride.

Mythos: Luxury GTP. The Mythos retains luxury and high class whilst being slightly more economical and environmentally friendly in comparison to other Arion cars.

Perseus: Luxury P. The Perseus has unique chrome trim all over avant-garde styling making it one of the obscure Arion classics, full of luxury and style.

Tucana: Luxury Premium Van. The Arion Tucana is basically a smaller, more mobile home. It has elegant and chrome fixtures and a very snazzy V16 among its endless handmade interior.

Hypercars:

Alcyone: Entry level Hypercar. Exotic split styling all over the body.

Cassiopeia: Hypercar. The Cassiopeia is a big Arion name focused on top speed and luxury, holding the production car top speed record in 2012-2016 with the Cassiopeia Cosmos hitting 269mph.

Charmeleon: Entry level hyper/convertible sports car. Prototype I5 design and fancy looks that lead to the Trackstyle of 2014/5.

Monoceros: Hyper. The Monoceros features an interesting “knife design” which makes it look extremely cutting edge through the air, as its somewhat teardrop inspired. The ultimate of Arion’s hypercars is the Monoceros, it does 0-60 in less than a second, and over 250mph easily (2100 ed).

Pylades: Hyper. The Pylades is one of Arion’s big trademark names, being as crazy a hypercar as it gets. Always featuring their highest quality V16, extreme luxury, and fancy styling from its birth in 1966 all the way to 2047 and onward. There is even the Longtail variant, which is longer and more streamlined like a bullet, a nod to Arion’s Flying bullet.

Muscle cars:

Heron: Family muscle/GT/GTP. A small to medium, more sporty muscle car. The lighter and sportier of the Arion muscle range.

Heron (Great Egret): Luxury GT P. Using the Heron sports muscle car base, the Great Egret is the high spec luxury GT P variant to the original.

Magnus: Muscle Premium/GTP car. Luxurious interior and angry exterior formed into one aggressive muscle car.

Pelican: GT P./Muscle P./Luxury P. The Pelican is a larger more luxurious muscle car for those who want power, comfort and prestige.

Shoebill: Muscle GT P. The Shoebill is one of the Arion muscle range, being the in-between of Pelican and Heron, having luxury elements and comfort, whilst maintaining high power and performance.

Sports/Race cars:

Aquilla: GTP/Sports/Supercar/Hypercar/Racecar/LeMans car. The Aquilla was originally intended as being a sports supercar/GTP for the road, but had potential for being a race car, and thus the Arion Racing division was established in ’55 with the Aquilla LM.

Centurion: Sports car. If you didn’t want a supercar car that was the Arion Bullet and wanted something a bit more extreme, that is the Mid-engined Centurion.

Cortenebris: GT/Sport/Supercar/Track car. The “heart of darkness” is another all-around sports supercar with the unique Arion touch, featuring the whaletail and striking Arion flying arrow.

Cygnus: Sport/family/fun/muscle car. The 1990s Cygnus was a legend in the tuning world, and was a fine sports car on its own, with a small yet powerful V8, sleek styling, and a premium interior, what more is there to want?

Formula Van: Race/track car. A crazy concept that made production, the Formula van uses racing technology and was an experiment for the company as a whole.

Mittoproiecto: Premium track supercar. “Mitto-pro-ecto” as pronounced, is a track-focused premium supercar featuring an interesting RR design with a T-Top roof.

Project: Hyper/Race car. The Project’s aim is to be the best race car it can be, focusing on aero, power, speed, lightness, and everything in between. There is also road going versions, which add a bit more comfort to the street legal race car.

Trackstyle: Track/Track P/Light Sport./Conv. Sport B./Sport B./Sport. The Trackstyle is quite a popular and racy focused car, in the name it’s focused on being a fast track car, but still being a good road-going car, retaining comfort (sometimes).

Wren: Light Sport/Budget Sport. Arion’s Wren is an extremely lightweight Kei-car sized machine sharing parts from the Kei-Sport to make for an enjoyable driving experience for even those lighter on cash.

Supercars:

Bullet: Entry to high end sports supercar. The Bullet was Arion’s first production car and grew to become one of their trademark sports cars which display style and dominance.

Cetus: High end GTP 3-seater supercar. The Cetus is a unique sporty, luxury supercar with three seats, targeted at those who want an enjoyable supercar experience with a friends and family.

Corvus: Super/Hypercar. Corvus’ are unique to the Arion line, and are more for wanting a luxury car that performs like a super/hypercar.

Fortuna: Super GTP. The Fortuna is a stylish, slick sporty supercar with sensual lines and a real air of luxury to it.

Starling: Super. The Starling is a lighter, sporty supercar with a good value price. Lower end than other Arion supercars

Utility/Off-road Premium cars:

Caelum: Utilitarian luxury premium truck. A luxury truck maintaining utility whilst being fast outside and plush inside.

Dune: Heavy Utility/Off-road. The Dune is in the name, this truck is a full-on hauler and off-roader, even with its lower powered engine it still pulled like a beast.

Hercules: Luxury premium truck/UTE. Hercules is the truck for off-roaders wanting second-to-none luxury and class. These trucks feature doorstep lights, extra storage, drains for the truck bed, and even water intakes & exhausts.

Libra: Off-road luxury premium. The Libra was Arion’s vision of a car to work in all environments, with twin fuel tanks, water intake, roof racks, and even providing protection from harmful gasses.

Polaris: Off-road luxury premium. The Polaris is the ultimate in off-roading luxury. Perfect for utility, and offroad, it makes its mark with Arion’s iconic V16s as standard.

Misc & Concepts:

Super Mower: Hyper? The Arion Super Mower was a silly mower featuring an extremely powerful 450hp I4 motor and proved to be the silliest go-kart like lawn mower to ever exist.

Concept: Luxury GTP car. Sporty coupe & convertible concept one-off with a high power V12.

Concept 2000: Sport. A throwback to classic styling of the mid-late 40’s, this Arion was quite a spectacular revival of styling from an era far gone mixed with all the latest technology.

Speedster Concept: Track Premium. Alongside the Concept 2000, the Arion Speedster Concept was a throwback in styling, but had modern technology to back it.

Pisces Concept: Hyper/Super. A performance prototype, the Arion Pisces was an experiment that went on sale to the public.

Alpha Concept: Hyper. A homage to the origins of Arion, the Alpha is a magnificent classy beast of a hypercar.


Arion Bullet V16 - 1946

Arion Bullet - 6.8L V16 Super - Top Speed Run {1946}
Front longitudinal 4x4 space frame - 4 gear manual - F&R Double wishbone
1769KG (62% Front/38% Rear)
550.8HP @ 6000RPM - 6000RPM redline - Cast Iron 6,792cc/6.8L - DOHC-64 N/A Single 8 carb - 9.2:1 Compression - 7.3mpg
Gullwing doors - Six side exhausts - Beefy tires – Hand Made 2 seater & Luxury AM radio - Hyper/Conv. S./Super/GT P. - £69,689 (0%) & £83,626 (20%)


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Arion Buckingham - 5.6L V16 - Standard {1947} (III)

Front longitudinal 4x4 space frame - 4 gear manual - F Double wishbone / R Semi Trailing arm
1491kg (64% Front/36% Rear)
154.0HP @ 4000RPM - 4600 redline - Cast Iron 5,576cc/5.6L - DOHC-64 N/A Single Barrel Eco carb - 9.0:1 Compression - 17.1mpg
Normal front & suicide rear doors - Elegant chrome styling - 3 mirrors (one for clearance/space) - Hand Made 4 seater & Luxury AM radio - GT P./Luxury P. - £40,374 (0%) & £48,448 (20%)


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Arion Galaxy V16 – 5.5L V16 – N/A {1949}

Front longitudinal RWD ladder - 4 gear manual - F Double wishbone / R Semi Trailing arm
2010kg (58% Front/42% Rear)
206.0HP @ 5300RPM - 5600 redline - Cast Iron 5,509cc/5.5L - OHC-32 N/A 2 Barrel carb - 9.2:1 Compression - 11.2mpg
Suicide front doors - Avant-Garde/Art Deco/Elegant chrome styling - 3 mirrors (one for clearance/space) - Hand Made 4 seater (1 front, 3 back) & Luxury AM radio - GT P./Luxury P. - £26,003 (0%) & £31,203 (20%)


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Arion Aquila 2+2 – 4.0L V16 – N/A 311 Super {1955}

Featured in Arion Sterling Silver

Front longitudinal RWD monocoque - 4 gear manual - F&R Double wishbone
1256kg (57% Front/43% Rear)
310.9HP @ 6400RPM - 6900 redline - Cast Iron & aluminium head 3,977cc/4.0L - SOHC-48 N/A 2 Barrel carb - 10.2:1 Compression - 11.9mpg
Suicide front doors - Avant-Garde/Art Deco/Elegant chrome styling - Hand Made 4 seater & Phonograph - GT P./Hyper/Super/Conv. S. - £42,907 (0%) & £51,489 (20%)

Arion Aquila 2 seater – 4.0L V16 – N/A 311 Super {1955}

Featured in Arion British Racing Green

Front longitudinal RWD monocoque - 4 gear manual - F&R Double wishbone
1188kg (57% Front/43% Rear)
310.9HP @ 6400RPM - 6900 redline - Cast Iron & aluminium head 3,977cc/4.0L - SOHC-48 N/A 2 Barrel carb - 10.2:1 Compression - 12.1mpg
Suicide front doors - Avant-Garde/Art Deco/Elegant chrome styling - Hand Made 2 seater & Phonograph - GT P./Hyper/Super/Conv. S. - £37,235 (0%) & £44,682 (20%)

Arion Aquila LM – 4.0L V16 – N/A LM {1955}

Featured in Arion Classic Red

Front longitudinal RWD monocoque - 4 gear manual - F&R Double wishbone
1099kg (58% Front/42% Rear)
310.9HP @ 6400RPM - 6900 redline - Cast Iron & aluminium head 3,977cc/4.0L - SOHC-48 N/A 2 Barrel carb - 10.2:1 Compression - 12.5mpg
Suicide front doors - De-Trimmed race version - Sport 1 seater & No radio - Hyper/Super/Track P./Conv. S. - £29,671 (0%) & £35,605 (20%)


#7

Arion Luxury Lane - V8 7.9L - Eco Power {1955}

Front longitudinal RWD monocoque - 2 gear automatic - F&R Double wishbone
2568kg (54% Front/46% Rear)
276.2hp @ 4300RPM - 4300 redline - Cast Iron & aluminium head 7,854cc/7.9L - SOHC-24 N/A Single Eco carb - 6.0:1 Compression - 6.9mpg
Standard front doors - Suicide rear doors - Art Deco style - Hand Made 4 seater & Phonograph - Luxury P. - £192,104 (0%) & £230,524 (20%)


#8

Arion Arargte Cosmos - 9.5L V16 - Standard {1959}

Featured in Arion Cosmos Pearl

Front longitudinal RWD monocoque - 2 gear automatic - F&R Double wishbone
2035kg (62% Front/38% Rear)
260.6hp @ 4300RPM - 5500 redline - Cast Iron & aluminium head 9,497cc/9.5L - DOHC-64 N/A 4 barrel carb - 10.0:1 Compression - 12.9mpg
Standard front doors - Suicide rear doors - Spare wheel - Twin antennas - Twin sunroofs - Art Deco style - Hand Made 4 seater & Phonograph - Luxury P./GT P./Conv. Luxury/Luxury - £49,755 (0%) & £59,706 (20%)


#9

Arion V16 B2 (Bullet II) - 4.3L V16 - 455-B2 {1962}

Featured in Arion Sterling Silver

Front longitudinal RWD monocoque - 4 gear manual - F&R Double wishbone
1137kg (62% Front/38% Rear)
454.6hp @ 8100RPM - 8300 redline - Full Aluminium 4,309cc/4.3L - DOHC-64 N/A DCOE carb - 10.7:1 Compression - 8.0mpg
Suicide front doors - Unique muscular styling - Hand Made 2 seater & Phonograph - Hyper/Conv. S./Super/GT P. - £50,072 (0%) & £60,078 (20%)

Arion V16 B2 GT (Bullet II) - 4.3L V16 - 455-B2 {1962}

Featured in Arion Cosmos Pearl


Front longitudinal RWD monocoque - 2 gear automatic - F&R Double wishbone
1231kg (60% Front/40% Rear)
454.6hp @ 8100RPM - 8300 redline - Full Aluminium 4,309cc/4.3L - DOHC-64 N/A DCOE carb - 10.7:1 Compression - 7.6mpg
Suicide front doors - Unique muscular styling - Extended rear GT variant - Hand Made 4 seater & Phonograph - GT P./Luxury P./Hyper/Conv. S. - £46,597 (0%) & £55,917 (20%)


#10

Arion Buckingham GL (Grand Limousine) - 13L V16 - Sports Luxury {1965}

Featured in Arion Wine Red Pearl with Arion Furcoat roof

Rear longitudinal RWD monocoque - 2 gear manual - F&R Double wishbone
2096kg (31% Front/69% Rear)
325.5hp @ 4200RPM - 4500 redline - Full Aluminium 12,986cc/13.0L - DOHC-64 N/A Mechanical fuel injection - 7.9:1 Compression - 11.3mpg
Normal front & Suicide rear doors - Fancy luxury chrome - Hand Made 4 seater & Phonograph - /Luxury P./GT P./Conv. Luxury/Hyper - £58,926 (0%) & £70,711 (20%)


#11

Arion Pylades - 5.0L V16 - N/A Supersport {1966}

Featured in Arion Wine Red Pearl

Mid transverse RWD monocoque - 5 gear manual - F&R Double wishbone
1649kg (39% Front/61% Rear)
479.9hp @ 7000RPM - 7000 redline - Full Aluminium 4,972cc/5.0L - DOHC-64 N/A Mechanical fuel injection - 10.7:1 Compression - 6.5mpg
Suicide front doors - Sleek flowing lines - Targa glass roof - Quad racing exhausts - Sports 17 inch rims - Hand Made 2 seater & Phonograph - Hyper/Conv. S./Super/GT P. - £57,023 (0%) & £68,427 (20%)


#12

A rear-engined car powered by a gigantic V16 is pure lunacy, but regardless of where its engine lies, the Buckingham GL most definitely looks the part.


#13

Thank you! I’m glad you like it. ^U^


#14

Arion Pylades - 5.0L V16 - N/A Supersport {1969}

Featured in Arion Sterling Silver

Mid transverse RWD monocoque - 5 gear manual - F&R Double wishbone
1673kg (39% Front/61% Rear)
479.9hp @ 7000RPM - 7000 redline - Full Aluminium 4,972cc/5.0L - DOHC-64 N/A Mechanical fuel injection - 10.7:1 Compression - 6.4mpg
Suicide front doors - Sleek flowing lines - Targa glass roof - Quad racing exhausts - Super 17 inch rims & Aero package - Hand Made 2 seater & Phonograph - Hyper/Conv. S./Super/GT P. - £66,173 (0%) & £79,408 (20%)


#15

These really are some of the most creative and insane cars i’ve ever seen. I absolutely love these!


#16

Thank you very much, that makes me happy to know! I have a lot more ideas to build too, so there won’t be a shortage of more Arion cars. ^U^


#17

Arion Cetus - 3.7L V16 - Sport {1970}

Featured in Arion Furcoat

Mid transverse RWD monocoque - 4 gear manual - F&R Double wishbone
1291kg (39% Front/61% Rear)
290.2hp @ 7000RPM - 7000 redline - Full Aluminium 3,738cc/3.7L - SOHC-64 N/A 4 barrel carb - 9.9:1 Compression - 9.6mpg
Suicide front doors - Quad racing exhausts - Hand Made 3 seater & Luxury 8 Track - GT P./Super/Hyper/Luxury P. - £46,496 (0%) & £55,696 (20%)

Arion Cetus Azure - 3.7L V16 - Sport {1970}

Featured in Arion Pale Water Azure

Mid transverse RWD monocoque - 5 gear manual - F&R Double wishbone
1287kg (38% Front/62% Rear)
290.2hp @ 7000RPM - 7000 redline - Full Aluminium 3,738cc/3.7L - SOHC-64 N/A 4 barrel carb - 9.9:1 Compression - 9.6mpg
Suicide front doors - Quad racing exhausts - Integrated whaletail - Hand Made 3 seater & Luxury 8 Track - GT P./Super/Hyper/GT - £44,132 (0%) & £52,958 (20%)


#18

Arion Pelican - 8.4L “836” V12 - Sports Luxury {1970}

Featured in Arion Solde Blue x Arion Black Roof

Front longitudinal RWD monocoque - 5 gear manual - F&R Double wishbone
1946kg (60% Front/40% Rear)
400.4hp @ 5000RPM - 5000 redline - Full Aluminium 8,365cc/8.4L - SOHC-24 N/A Mechanical fuel injection - 9.1:1 Compression - 7.6mpg
Standard front & suicide rear doors - Heavy chrome styling - Quad exhausts - Rear wheel spat/cover - Hand Made 4 seater & Luxury 8 Track - GT P./Luxury P./Conv. Luxury/Muscle P. - £51,609 (0%) & £61,930 (20%)


#19

Arion Heron A - 4.5L “454” V8 - Sport {1970}

Featured in Arion White shine

Front longitudinal RWD monocoque - 5 gear manual - F&R Double wishbone
1241kg (58% Front/42% Rear)
291.8hp @ 6100RPM - 6300 redline - Full Aluminium 4,540cc/4.5L - SOHC-32 N/A Mechanical fuel injection - 9.1:1 Compression - 9.0mpg
Suicide front doors - Daytona aero - Pop-up headlights - Premium 4 seater & Luxury AM Radio - Fam. Sport P./GT P./GT/Conv. Sport - £21,266 (0%) & £25,519 (20%)


#20

Arion Shoebill - 5.8L “578” V16 - Sport {1971}

Featured in Arion Sterling Silver


Front longitudinal RWD monocoque - 4 gear manual - F&R Double wishbone
1659kg (61% Front/39% Rear)
437.0hp @ 7000RPM - 7000 redline - Full Aluminium 5,786cc/5.8L - DOHC-64 N/A Mechanical fuel injection - 9.7:1 Compression - 7.9mpg
Suicide front doors - Street wing & front splitter - Pop-up headlights - Luxury 4 seater & Luxury 8 Track - GT P./GT/Muscle P./Util. Sport L. - £33,079 (0%) & £39,695 (20%)