And here comes the flood of evening replies. Lovely cars guys!
1985 Revello Imola EROS Stradale
Actual Information & Extra Pics
The EROS was Revello’s attempt to go racing in Group B in 1985. However, with the expense, and the collapse in 1986, Revello retooled all of the existing chassis, plus a few more, and turned them into the most extreme Revello to come out of the 1980s.
Built with a blank cheque by Revello Squadra Nero, the EROS, named after the greek god of love, pushes itself to be one of the most sought after models Revello never released to the public.
Exceptions and back doors are always around, however, and for a smart price of $62,000, any number of these EROS models could be yours to use.
The 1988 Lynx L32 Magny Cours edition
Powered by a twin turbo 3.2l V8 engine producing 367bhp@7000rpm
a subtle front and rear spoiler and improved ventilation just hint at the performance underneath
The Magny Cours gets wider wheels, larger front brakes and a lightweight interior to go along with the turbo charged engine.
The Crusoe Trifecta: AWD V12 making over 550 horsepower and reaching speeds over 220mph. Available exclusively with the best interior and entertainment options on the market. Beat anything on the track in style and comfort.
1988 Durendal 390 California
0-100 KM/H - 3.9 SEC.
TOP SPEED - 297 KM/H
1.13 LATERAL G’S
Olsson 4450 DEMMÖ V8 Biturbo
DEMMÖ, the official Olsson’s tuner, pushed the 4450 to 400hp with 2 Turbochargers to the 4 wheels, and a full luxury interior.
1987 Moteur Devoir Papillon Vitesse:
Who knew fast can be so affordable?
A brochure recently scanned which promotes the 1987 Moteur Devoir Papillon Vitesse.
The Papillon Vitesse was designed with being a powerful budget sportscar, taking into account the fact that for about $40000, you can buy two of these things with the budget in mind. This meant that it was rather famous for being able to go break-neck without breaking the bank. It has a D88-series V6 which outputs a fair bit of power for what it is, being able to go about 171mph as its top speed. It makes 312HP and weighs about 1207kg, making it a fair bit comparable to sports cars of its time.
This was Moteur Devoir’s first foray into making a true bang for buck sports car in a similar vein to one of their earlier projects. However, this project has been thoroughly tweaked to offer at least some fun and drivability for itself.
It has all of the premium features you’d expect, with light sporty seats that are also fairly comfortable. It also contains a premium-quality cassette deck which is guaranteed to be reliable like the rest of the car. Despite it being relatively cheap for a sports car in its class, it also has the necessary edges to make it feel nimble and light on its feet around the corners with a sports-tuned suspension with adaptive dampers to overcome whatever obstacle is in its way. It was also specially designed with lightness in mind, offering vortex generators for the rear wheels to keep the brakes as cool as they need to be. It’s as race-bred as a sports car can get for the budget that you’re going to get it for.
The Helvete Ocelot. We trust that you can read the spec sheet without help.
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Well, the post still doesn’t work how it should, so I’ll just try and put the rest the way it should be here:
Gelera Faun Details
Every little detail of the Gelera Faun is designed for optimal performance. The body has been built with an unusually high attention to detail. One of the most important things our engineers did was reduce aerodynamic drag. The next aspects are just a few we wanted to highlight. By using these features we managed to build a car with a total drag coëfficient of just 0.368.
The Faun is built like a race car. A design based on the most modern competition cars with a steel space frame chassis, fibre glass body, all around independant double wishbone suspension, air suspension and adaptive dampers. The air suspension makes it possible for the Faun to lower itself on higher speeds to reduce aerodynamic drag and to raise itself to safely and quickly get of speedbumps. The Faun is fitted with a manual 5 speed gearbox that reaches 100km/h in the first gear. This means every Faun V6 Biturbo owner can brag about a 0-100 time of just 4.5 seconds. And V8 Biturbo owners can even brag about a 0-100 time of under 4 seconds!
Front Body Line
The front license plate is covered with a glass panel following the body lines. This way the license plate doesn’t influence the aerodynamic line of the low front profile:
Mirrors and Side Indicators
The mirrors follow the body line as much as possible, to reduce drag. And even the side indicators have a drop-shaped form for an optimal aerodynamic profile:
Rear Spoiler Profile
The rear spoiler is fitted on the body height, this way the car does achieve the downforce without having extreme amounts of drag because of a spoiler sticking out above the car. Apart from that we fitted the third brake light on the spoiler, so it’s always clear when you are braking. Again without disturbing the aerodynamic lines of the car:
The windscreen wiper rests in the middle of the windscreen, this way we could fit the front windscreen directly to the body without having the wiper reduce too much drag:
The magnesium alloy wheels of the Faun are designed as a fan to blow hot air away from the brakes. Air comes in through vents in front of the wheels. This is then guided around the brakes and blown out immediately. Combined with a low drag hubcap we used one of any car’s worst aerodynamics aspects for better performance:
Seems like I’m not the only one who submitted an entry using the Caspita mod body, then. By the way, my entry is visually reminiscent of the Jaguar XJR-15; yours, on the other hand, reminds me more of the Corvette Indy and CERV III concepts.
Lovely cars! I looked at the Caspita for my car and didn’t really look at other cars for this. Just did what felt right. And the mirror idea was based on the Zagato Stelvio, only a bit less extreme XD.
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