#2018 Baltazar Quasar Hatchback
#####Credits to @titleguy1 for the photoshop
After the very successful launch of the Quasar sedan in the North and South American markets, winning several accolades and prizes, it is time for the hatchback model to be launched. This model is aimed squarely at the European market, the main buyers of this kind of bodystyle. The car will also be sold around the globe, including North and South America, Oceania and East Asia.
Quasar 1.6T Lithium
The car can be equipped with two different engines, in 5 states of tune, all equipped with direct injection. New to the Quasar range and shared with the Quark, the smaller engine comes as a 1.4 with 100 hp, a 123 hp 1.6 or a 1.6 Turbo with 150 hp. The other engine is the already familiar 2.0 unit found on the Quasar sedan, here in 202 hp guise, in the GT model, or 325 hp, as per the RS325 model, already shown in Detroit.
Quasar 1.6T Lithium
As per the new naming system, the base spec car is the Nitrogen trim, which can be equipped with the 1.4 or 1.6 NA engines. It comes as standard with 16" alloy wheels, 3d-textured partial-leather seats and base level infotainment system, with a 5,5" screen, sat-nav, bluetooth.
Mid-spec Tellurium, which can be had with the 1.4, 1.6 and 1.6T engines, adds 17" wheels and a 7" screen with Apple Carplay and Android Auto.
Top-spec Lithium cars come with adaptive dampers as standard and have several improvements to the interior, including leather seats and an armrest for the front passengers. They can be bought with the 1.6 or the 1.6T engine.
The 2.0 GT gets unique bumpers, 18" wheels, vented disk brakes at the rear and a sportier, lowered suspension.
Meanwhile, the RS325 has a unique powertrain combination, with several modifications to enhance the handling and performance, as shown on post 2.
For the full stats, click the arrows below.
1.4 Nitrogen - $16,440 @20%
1.4T Tellurium - $18,600 @20%
1.6T Lithium - $20,625 @25%
2.0T GT - $22,490 @30%
2.0T RS325 - $29,025 @35%
Quasar 2.0T GT