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#82

The hot versions will be announced soon. Engines are already developed, now the design team only needs to sign off the looks and the marketing team has to prepare the marketing campaign.

As a preview, however, we can confirm the GT, GT-S and RS models will all have performance upgrades and unique developments.


#83
The 2021 Baltazar Quasar GT/GT-S/RS
These are the new versions of the Baltazar Quasar, developed by Baltazar Racing, and offered in the three typical flavours, GT, GT-S and RS. All three models keep the same basic 2.0 engine as the pre-facelift model, however with significant improvements. The philosophy and ethos of each version remains, just pushed one step further this time.
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In Sunrise Yellow, the Quasar RS405, in Dusk Orange, the Quasar GT-S and in Luscious Red, the Quasar GT

Quasar GT and GT-S
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Quasar GT-S in Dusk Orange
The revised Quasar GT continues to present the pinnacle in the Quasar FWD line-up, with a more comfort oriented set-up in the GT trim and the harder-edged GT-S as a more powerful alternative. For 2021, the 2.0 engine was completely revised, with the GT gaining 64 hp for a total of 266 hp and the GT-S model adding 42 hp, for a total output of 308 hp. Both models come with a limited slip differential, however all GT-S tuning is designed for a sportier drive, with sportier suspension and larger brakes. Design wise, the GT-S gets black wheels and rear spoiler and a side skirt on top of the changes already made to the GT.
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Quasar GT-S in Dusk Orange

Quasar RS405
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Quasar RS405 in Sunrise Yellow
For 2021, the iconic Quasar RS has received a host of changes. Following customer demand and feedback, the car has been developed with a sportier focus, both in the mechanics and in design, however, the customary equipment and luxuries still remain (for now). On this model, the 19-inch wheels are blacked out, there is a rear diffuser in the rear, which combine with the front splitter and rear spoiler, greatly reduce lift at high speeds. The AWD layout remains, with a 40/60 F/R split, which can be varied depending on the conditions. The car also features a e-diff and can be equipped with either a 6-speed manual or 7-speed DCT gearbox. As the name states, power output has been raised by 80 hp, for a total of 405 hp, from the 2.0 turbo 4-cyl engine.
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Quasar RS405 in Sunrise Yellow

Engine Power Drive Diff Gearbox options 0-100 Top Speed Weight In-game price
Quasar GT 2.0 4-cyl turbo 266 hp FWD Geared 6-speed manual/ 7-speed DCT 5.9s 278 km/h 1506 kg $37,300
Quasar GT-S 2.0 4-cyl turbo 308 hp FWD Electric 6-speed manual/ 7-speed DCT 5.7s 291 km/h 1512 kg $39,300
Quasar RS405 2.0 4-cyl turbo 405 hp AWD Electric 6-speed manual/ 7-speed DCT 4.4s 304 km/h 1686 kg $53,800

#84
The brand-new Baltazar Krakatoa
Introducing the brand-new Krakatoa, an unique vehicle designed for an unique sort of customer. As the nature themed named suggests, the Krakatoa is designed for people with an outdoor lifestyle, who may encounter rough roads and need a versatile, yet stylish car.
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Krakatoa 1.6T Lithium in Silver with Deep Black roof
The Krakatoa is an all-new model, which shares the platform with the C-segment models currently in the range, such as the Quasar, Kilimanjaro and Bonham Orwell. Therefore the car has a very modern structure, largely made out of high-strength graded steel, which are hot pressed in key structural components, to ensure the highest impact absorption capacity.

The suspension is independent all-round, with McPherson struts in the front and a multi link setup in the back, following the same principles as the other models in the platform.
This allows the Krakatoa to have a wide range of engines and transmissions, with fully electric, plug-in hybrid and combustion options available. There will be two engines available from launch, in three non-electrified states of tune, the 1.5T with 150 hp, 1.6T with 180 hp and a 2.0T with 210 hp. The PHEV model sees the 150 hp 1.5 turbo paired with a rear mounted 95 hp electric motor, for a total combined output of 245 hp.

Meanwhile the Krakatoa EV will offered with Single or Dual electric motors, in FWD and AWD respectively. The EV models get unique styling, with a revised front grille and unique Electric Blue colour, available as optional for body, roof and lower trim details.

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Krakatoa 2.0T Lithium in Graphite with Dusk Orange roof

Krakatoa
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Krakatoa 1.6T Lithium in Silver with Deep Black roof
The internal-combustion Krakatoa can be equipped with 4 different engine outputs, with various levels of electrification. There will be two engines available from launch, in three states of tune, the 1.5T with 150 hp, 1.6T with 180 hp and a 2.0T with 210 hp. The PHEV model sees the 150 hp 1.5 turbo paired with a rear mounted 95 hp electric motor, for a total combined output of 245 hp.
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Krakatoa 1.6T Lithium in Silver with Deep Black roof

Krakatoa EV
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Krakatoa EV in Solid White with Electric Blue Roof
For the first time for Baltazar, a model has an electric option while sharing the same body style. To distinguish itself from the internal-combustion variants, the front grille is blanked off and the rear exhaust cut outs in the rear bumper have been removed. There is also the exclusive Electric Blue colour, available as a no-cost option for body, roof, lower trim details and grille surround. The EV can be equipped with either a Single or Dual motor set up, allowing for FWD or AWD. Both cars use the same front 235 hp motor, which is complemented by a 95 hp rear motor on the AWD model. Theoretical range is expected to be above 400 km (250 miles) for both models, while 0-100 acceleration for the FWD model should come around 6 seconds and the AWD should dip below 5 seconds.
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Krakatoa EV in Solid White with Electric Blue Roof

Powertrain range

Power Drive Gearbox options 0-100 Top Speed Weight
1.5 4-cyl turbo 150 hp FWD 6-speed manual/ 7-speed DCT 5.9s 180 km/h (limited) 1506 kg
1.6 4-cyl turbo 180 hp FWD 7-speed DCT 7.6s 180 km/h (limited) 1487 kg
2.0 4-cyl turbo 210 hp FWD/ AWD 7-speed DCT 6.9s 180 km/h (limited) 1608 kg
PHEV 150 hp + 95 hp AWD 7-speed DCT 6.7s* 180 km/h (limited) 1712 kg*
Single Motor EV 235 hp FWD Fixed ratio transmission 6.1s* 180 km/h (limited) 1841 kg*
Dual Motor EV 330 hp AWD Fixed ratio transmission 4.9s* 180 km/h (limited) 1887 kg*

Personalization options and photo gallery

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Baltazar Krakatoa 1.6T Lithium, 2.0T Lithium and EV shown

Personalization is a key component in the new Krakatoa, with 9 available body colours and 5 different colour options for the roof.
The Electric Blue colour, for roof, body or lower trim details, are only available for the Krakatoa EV.

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Baltazar Krakatoa in Dark Blue with Silver roof and Burgundy with Pure White roof

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Baltazar Krakatoa in Graphite with Dusk Orange roof and Lime Green with Deep Black roof

#85
Baltazar Automóveis celebrates pride month
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Baltazar Quark Mk4 range pictured, from left to right: SW, CC, Sedan, 5-door hatchback, 2-door Coupe and PickUp

#86

A colorful and fitting teaser for the Quasar Mk4… Or should that be Mk5? Considering that this version was made using one of the new body sets introduced in the LCV4 open beta, I think it’s actually a preview of the fifth-gen Quasar.


#87

The picture subtitle should give you all the information you are looking for :wink: