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Please, don’t confuse your terms. The chart you are providing does not depict power at the given gear in relation to rpm, it depicts the acceleration, which (assuming the constant mass, and the lack of losses such as aerodynamic drag, your chart does not provide the latter) is proportional to the torque at wheels, not the power at wheels. Torque gets converted by gearbox, power does not (it can only get lost as heat). The formula I mentioned still applies - You can see the power at wheels chart, when you go to test track screen in Automation (after loading a car), and go to the power tab. It’s not perfect for demonstration, as it only shows the power in optimal gear, but it can show how the optimum shift rpm value is when the power at the current gear and the power at the next gear are the same (given constant car’s speed), and how having the redline too early can change that.


Wow, I never knew that a small little hatchback could cause such a dispute about power, acceleration and gearing :stuck_out_tongue: ANYWAY…

Evgenis would like to present to you all a new model, the Evgenis Fos. This car is only available in one trim and with just one naturally aspirated engine. This thing has the Toyota GT86 and its sisters in sight and is going to smash them. The high-revving sporty engine combined with the lightweight, aluminium construction allows this car to seriously perform. So here it is!

[size=200]EVGENIS FOS[/size]


“P4C-2000I®” - 2.0-litre 4-cylinder
[ul]- Power: 189 bhp @ 7900 rpm (141 kW)

  • Torque: 140 ft-lb @ 6400 rpm (190 Nm)
  • Redline: 8500 rpm[/ul]


In a car like this, keeping the weight down is key. The interior is lightweight however we did not want customers to be sitting in a bare and boring looking interior full of hard scratchy plastics, so we decided to use similar materials as those found in our small car, the Nero. Standard equipment is the sort of stuff that is only really considered “necessary” nowadays in order to make the car safe (multiple airbags and traction aids) and comfortable (air-conditioning, radio/CD player etc).

We have trashed rivals in this category. With the simple stratergy we managed to keep costs down. Very down. In fact the car is only priced at £19,995 in the UK and €24,995 in Europe. Adding extras obviously ramps up the price.

[ul]- Top Speed: 145 mph (233 kph)

  • 0-62 mph (0-100 kph): 6.3 seconds
  • Fuel Economy: 49.0 UK mpg (5.8 l/100 km)
  • Emissions: 134 g/km[/ul]

So there it is. As always, feedback is welcomed!


I really like the rear fascia on this one. This time, though, I don’t think the front has the same tuned aggression as the rear. Pretty good looking all around, though.


Evgenis would like to present to you all a new model, the Evgenis Pagos. After a lot of careful thinking and development, the team at Evgenis have managed to create an executive sedan that we can be proud of. Rivalling the likes of the BMW 5-Series, Audi A6, Jaguar XF and Mercedes-Benz E-Class, we want to take the company car market and executive car category by storm, and we believe we have. So without further ado, here it is!

[size=200]EVGENIS PAGOS[/size]


“P6C-2700I” - 2.7-litre 6-cylinder
[ul]- Power: 214 bhp @ 6600 rpm (160 kW)

  • Torque: 192 ft-lb @ 4000 rpm (260 Nm)
  • Redline: 7500 rpm[/ul]
    “P6C-3200I” - 3.2-litre 6-cylinder
    [ul]- Power: 253 bhp @ 6600 rpm (189 kW)
  • Torque: 228 ft-lb @ 4000 rpm (309 Nm)
  • Redline: 7500 rpm[/ul]
    “P6C-3600I” - 3.6-litre 6-cylinder
    [ul]- Power: 288 bhp @ 6600 rpm (215 kW)
  • Torque: 256 ft-lb @ 4000 rpm (347 Nm)
  • Redline: 7500 rpm[/ul]
    “P8C-4200I” - 4.2-litre 8-cylinder
    [ul]- Power: 358 bhp @ 6600 rpm (267 kW)
  • Torque: 314 ft-lb @ 4000 rpm (426 Nm)
  • Redline: 8000 rpm[/ul]

This car is available in 5 trims, Business, Business+, Executive, Executive+ and SportLine

We haven’t skimped when it comes to standard equipment on this car. The kind of person that buys this car gets one for all the wonderful features and gadgets to play about with to show off to their “not-as-wealthy” mates most of the time. Standard equipment in the Business trim features an 8-speed automatic gearbox, leather seats, leather multifunction steering wheel, leather gear lever, 10" Full HD touch-screen display with manual control (so you don’t have to touch the screen when on the move, something we consider very dangerous), climate control, cruise control, radio and CD/MP3 player, Bluetooth, satellite navigation etc. As for safety equipment, as standard it comes with 9 airbags, AEB, ABS, TCS, ESP, lane-keep assist, tiredness sensors and a number of other things in order to help prevent collisions and keep occupants safe in the event of a collision.

It comes with all the equipment from the Business trim plus some other features such as heated windscreen, Wi-Fi hotspot and an extra year added to the standard 3-year warranty.

This comes with all the features found on the Business+ model apart from the extended warranty plus electronic adjustment and heated versions of the steering wheel and seats, heads-up display, fully digital instruments cluster, a larger and higher resolution touch-screen system, four-zone climate control, adaptive cruise control and a number of other small features. Safety equipment is also upped, now featuring 12 airbags and more safety assists in order to prevent a collision and keep you safer in the event of one occuring.

Featuring all the equipment found on the Executive trim, it also comes with front massage seats, airbag seatbelts, an extra year added to the standard warranty and 3 years free servicing as well as a number other small features.

SportLine is based off of the Business trim and adds small sporty features such as a sporty front and rear end with a small spoiler, SportLine badges, and some other features. A SportLine+ package is available on the 3.6 and 4.2-litre versions for an additional £7,500 in the UK and €10,000 in Europw which adds carbon fibre interior trim, carbon fibre door mirrors, sports suspension, sports tyres, dual-clutch 7-speed transmission, access to all European circuits for free for a year, an extra year added to the standard warranty and 3 years free servicing as well as other small details.

[ul]- 2.7 Business - £33,495 (€42,295)

  • 2.7 Business+ - £34,995 (€44,195)
  • 2.7 SportLine - £34,495 (€43,495)
  • 3.2 Business - £35,495 (€44,795)
  • 3.2 Business+ - £36,995 (€46,695)
  • 3.2 Executive - £38,995 (€49,195)
  • 3.2 SportLine - £36,495 (€45,995)
  • 3.6 Business+ - £38,995 (€49,195)
  • 3.6 Executive - £40,995 (€51,795)
  • 3.6 Executive+ - £43,495 (€54,895)
  • 3.6 SportLine - £38,495 (€48,595) or for SportLine+ - £45,995 (€58,595)
  • 4.2 Executive - £45,995 (€58,095)
  • 4.2 Executive+ - £48,495 (€61,195)
  • 4.2 SportLine - £43,495 (€54,895) or for SportLine+ - £50,995 (€64,895)[/ul]

Evgenis Pagos 2.7
[ul]- Top Speed: 133 mph (214 kph)

  • 0-62 mph (0-100 km/h): 8.1 seconds
  • Fuel Economy: 41.6 mpg (6.8 l/100 km)
  • Emissions: 158 g/km[/ul]
    Evgenis Pagos 3.2
    [ul]- Top Speed: 140 mph (225 kph)
  • 0-62 mph (0-100 km/h): 6.9 seconds
  • Fuel Economy: 40.6 mpg (7.0 l/100 km)
  • Emissions: 161 g/km[/ul]
    Evgenis Pagos 3.6
    [ul]- Top Speed: 146 mph (235 kph)
  • 0-62 mph (0-100 km/h): 6.3 seconds
  • Fuel Economy: 39.7 mpg (7.1 l/100 km)
  • Emissions: 165 g/km[/ul]
    Evgenis Nero 4.2
    [ul]- Top Speed: 158 mph (254 kph) - [size=85]Who really needs to limit to 155 mph (250 kph)?[/size]
  • 0-62 mph (0-100 km/h): 5.6 seconds
  • Fuel Economy: 39.3 mpg (7.2 l/100 km)
  • Emissions: 167 g/km[/ul]

So there it is. As always, feedback is welcomed!


Hello fellow forum users

The history of Evgenis begins tomorrow! I will be posting cars from the beginning of Evgenis’ 50-year history as often as I can (as I also have other things to do). Many of the cars have already been prepared.

Stay tuned to see the Mk.I 1964 Evgenis Nero!


[size=150]W[/size]elcome to 1964. The beginning of Evegnis’ story.

This company was brought together just over 50 years ago by a few lads with a bit more money than sense with one passion in common. D̶r̶i̶n̶k̶i̶n̶g̶ ̶b̶e̶e̶r̶ Cars. All of them loved buying them (obviously, they were rich), taking care of them, and driving them. There wasn’t a single thing they didn’t enjoy about the ownership of a car. One day down at the pub they had an epiphany. Why not try making their own cars and sell them to the public?

The name came to mind when they started to discuss their background. All of them descend from what were noble familys, so they decided to choose Evgenis as the name for the company, the Greek word for nobleman. The idea originally was to offer the most luxurious cars at the best prices, but shortly after thinking of this and well before getting anywhere near making a production car, they realised that it wouldn’t work. Instead, they decided to go straight in with something that would compete directly with the best-selling cars at the time, and their first creation, completed in 1964, was the Evgenis Nero.

[size=200]1964 EVGENIS NERO[/size]

The Evgenis Nero was something the creators were proud of. It looked the part, and it certainly played the part well. It was simple and it got people from A to B in relatively good comfort. It was so simple in fact, that only two engines were available and there were no trim choices. You could have either the 56 bhp 1.3-litre petrol engine, or a 69 bhp 1.6-litre petrol engine. Neither were fast, but they were quick enough in all bar the most performance demanding moments (like an uphill overtake).

The stats? Well here ya go!
1964 Evgenis Nero 1.3
Power: 56 bhp @ 5100 rpm
Torque: 69 ft-lb @ 2400 rpm
Top Speed: 89 mph (143 kph)
Acceleration (0-62 mph/0-100 kph): 16.7 seconds
Weight: 844.5 kg
Fuel Economy: 38.7 UK mpg (32.2 US mpg/7.3 l/100 km)

1964 Evgenis Nero 1.6
Power: 69 bhp @ 5100 rpm
Torque: 84 ft-lb @ 2400 rpm
Top Speed: 94 mph (151 kph)
Acceleration (0-62 mph/0-100 kph): 14.1 seconds
Weight: 877.7 kg
Fuel Economy: 37.7 UK mpg (31.4 US mpg/7.5 l/100 km)

The greatest thing about the car, and possibly the thing that made it so popular, was the price. The 1.3 was just £699, and the 1.6 was another £50 at £749, which at the time was right on par with rivals. It was, however, just as good if not better than them.

Evgenis had got off to a good start, and the profits started to come flooding in. Evgenis set to work on something smaller and even more affordable ready for 1966.

Hope you all liked :slight_smile:


[size=150]2015 EVGENIS ANEMOS[/size]

Firstly, you can find more info on the TES version of the Anemos on AutomationHub: automationhub.net/company-ca … rmodel/286

The new 2015 Anemos is the Evgenis rival for the BMW 3-Series, Mercedes-Benz C-Class, Audi A4 and upcoming Jaguar XE. When it comes to cars like these, pleasing company car buyers is key, and that is exactly what we aimed at.

People like these want a nice car and excellent fuel economy. We sure should please them with the updated version of our award-winning* 2.2-litre diesel engines, in all three power variants (128, 158 and 188 bhp). Not only are they smoother and better than ever, but versions promise 70+ mpg figures on the combined cycle. The new 3.0-litre V6 diesel engine should also impress with fuel economy that puts some small hatchbacks to shame… We haven’t forgotten about those who like a petrol engine either, with 1.4 and 2.0-litre 4-cylinder turbo engines and the 3.0-litre 6-cylinder turbo engine available in the TES version of the car.

1.4TE - from £22,495
Available in the SE and SE Lux trim (SE Lux costs £2k extra), the 1.4TE has the P4C-1400TE engine, a turbocharged version of the P4C-1400I engine found in smaller cars. Peak power is 127 bhp (@6500 rpm) and max torque is 134 ft-lb (@4000 rpm). This means reasonable figures for this entry-level model. 0-62 mph is covered in 10.1 seconds, and the top speed is 140 mph. Fuel economy should hopefully make diesel buyers think twice about forking out the extra for the diesel, with and impressive figure of 63.1 (UK) mpg.

2.0 TE - from £22,995
Availble in the same trims as the 1.4TE, as well as the Executive trim (an extra £5k on the SE), the 2.0TE gives an extra bit of power thanks to the P4C-2000TE. Max power is 161 bhp (@6200 rpm). Max torque is 187 ft-lb (@3300 rpm). Performance figures should please most, with the 0-62 mph sprint covered in 8.3 seconds, and the top speed is a magnificent 152 mph. Fuel economy may not be anything to make a diesel buyer think about going petrol, but at 55.7 (UK) mpg, it is more than decent.

2.0T - from £25,495
Available in SE Lux, Executive (£28,495) and Executive SE (£30,495), the 2.0T is the last of the standard versions of the Anemos. Power is more than what most people require, at 200 bhp (@6900 rpm). Torque reaches 196 ft-lb at 4500 rpm. Speed is what will attract buyers, with a top speed that even AMGs and M cars can’t reach (because of limiters, but you know what I mean), a wonderful 164 mph, and 0-62 mph is 7.3 seconds.

3.0 TES - from £36,995
You can read info on AutomationHub: automationhub.net/company-ca … rmodel/286

Have some images:


Those headlights look great! And I also love the names of your cars :stuck_out_tongue:

Any update on the Evgenis history?


Great car, but the title has a tiny formatting error.


[quote=“Pleb”]Those headlights look great! And I also love the names of your cars :stuck_out_tongue:

Any update on the Evgenis history?[/quote]

Thanks! Greek just sounds nice no matter what the word, so I just settled for all of them having Greek names.

As for Evgenis’ history, I have countless cars prepared, and I ought to post some more about it. Hopefully I will post some more of it over time, with the first gen Evgenis Chioni coming up next.

Oops. Fixed it! And thanks :slight_smile:


Here at Evgenis, we’re a little bit worried. You see, engineering marvel Gryphon Gear recently showed off a car suitable for your average folk, and with it being such a prestigious brand, you can imagine exactly where people will be going when they think of buying their next family car. Millions of people around the world have dreamt of owning something so wonderful, and although it isn’t a glorious, fire-breathing, 2000 bhp supercar that costs roughly the amount the average chap will earn in their entire life, the idea of being able to own something that says those two glorious words is enough. It may not even be that good of a car*!

So, here at Evgenis, we have decided to announce and release our hatchback fighter just a bit earlier. We need to attract buyers attention before it is simply too late. We need to get into their minds that, although GG is great, Evgenis is far better at making cars like this. Here it is, the brand-new 2015 Evgenis Pagos (yes, the Pagos used to be the name of the executive sedan, but there has been a naming switch). And boy, are we proud of it:

[size=200]2015 EVGENIS PAGOS[/size]

Engineering marvel? Gryphon Gear may be good at flying around a corner, but Evgenis has everything else covered. Evgenis is the engineering marvel. And for all you UK buyers, the new 1.4 SE variant of this car will set you back just £16,995, cheaper than your equivalent Golf. For some mainland European markets, such as most of Eastern Europe, Italy, Spain and Portugal a 1.2-litre engine in a more basic “S” trim is also available for 1,500 euros less than the 1.4 SE. An SE version is also available for the 1.2. This is, by far, cheaper than your equivalent Golf. So you’d imagine it to be worse? We disagree. Strongly disagree.

Yes, you could say that Evgenis isn’t the most adventurous when it comes to design. There is a very good reason for that though. The European market seems to like cars that look, and there is no other way of putting it, rather plain. The Golf and Focus are two incredibly popular cars, and I wouldn’t call them anything other than the run-of-the-mill hatchback in design terms. Admittedly, the market is starting to take a liking to more questionable looking cars like the Nissan Juke and Citroen C4 Cactus, but for now it seems to be a world of safe designs. The Pagos has tried to keep the typical Evgenis style in order to make it appeal to those buying those Golfs and Focuses, as well as making it indistinguishably an Evgenis, yet a few more interesting features have been added, making it look more unique as well as more agressive (as this appears to be the trend with design).

[size=150]Engines and Pricing[/size]
This is always an area where we try to lead. We always aim for the very best and we believe we have achieved this, especially when you consider that the 130 bhp 1.4-litre turbo engine gets you from 0 to 62 mph in 9.5 seconds and, on the combined cycle, travels 55.8 miles on a single gallon (a British one) of fuel.

In total there are three petrol engines, only two being available to most markets, a 1.2, 1.4 and 2.0, with a total of 5 power variants. Diesel engines will be announced at a later date**. Here are some techincal specifications for each engine, as well as pricing:

1.2-LITRE I4
Power: 86 bhp @ 6600 rpm
Torque: 82 ft-lb @ 3900 rpm
Top Speed: 114 mph
Acceleration (0-62 mph): 13.4 seconds
Weight: 1233 kg
Fuel Consumption: 54.2 mpg (UK)
Pricing: Europe only - €20,495 - €20,995. Trims available are S and SE

1.4-LITRE I4
Power: 101 bhp @ 6600 rpm
Torque: 97 ft-lb @ 3900 rpm
Top Speed: 121 mph
Acceleration (0-62 mph): 11.9 seconds
Weight: 1292 kg
Fuel Consumption: 52.2 mpg (UK)
Pricing: £16,995 - £18,495 (EU: €21,995 - €23,995). Trims available are SE, SE+ and SE Lux

Power: 130 bhp @ 6300 rpm
Torque: 132 ft-lb @ 4000 rpm
**Top Speed:**130 mph
Acceleration (0-62 mph): 9.5 seconds
Weight: 1333 kg
Fuel Consumption: 55.8 mpg (UK)
Pricing: £17,995 - £19,495 (EU: €23,495 - €25,495). Trims available are SE, SE+ and SE Lux

Power: 160 bhp @ 6100 rpm
Torque: 188 ft-lb @ 3300 rpm
Top Speed: 137 mph
Acceleration (0-62 mph): 8.1 seconds
Weight: 1377 kg
Fuel Consumption: 47.7 mpg (UK)
Pricing: £19,495 - £21,995 (EU: €25,495 - €28,495). Trims availablae are SE, SE+, SE Lux and Executive

Power: 200 bhp @ 6200 rpm
Torque: 217 ft-lb @ 3800 rpm
Top Speed: 147 mph
Acceleration (0-62 mph): 6.9 seconds
Weight: 1381 kg
Fuel Consumption: 41.3 mpg (UK)
Pricing: £22,995 (EU: €29,995). The only trim available is GT.

The car will also be launched in North America, Australia, New Zealand and select Asian markets at a later date with modified versions of the three most powerful engines. Technical data and pricing for the cars sold in these areas will be announced at a later date.

Evgenis always concentrates mainly on one thing when it comes to tuning the suspension on their cars: comfort. We know it sounds great that can throw a car around a corner at ridiculous speeds, but that is what a sports car is for. When it comes to creating a family hatchback, the comfort of the passengers inside is key. We worked many hours on making sure that your drive was as smooth and quiet as possible without having to make you spend extra money on sophisticated suspension. For those who still want to have some fun in their hatchback though, the Pagos is still up to scratch. If you really throw it into a corner, you could reach 1.12G, something that sports cars can sometimes struggle to reach. If you buy the GT version, the focus is shifted towards the handling of the car. With the loss of a little ride comfort, the Pagos GT, with its 200 bhp engine and sports suspension and tyres, is capable of around 1.25G in the bends without clever wings that produce downforce and reduce pedestrian safety, meaning that you could seriously scare your mum if you really want to (we do not recommend this though as she is your mum)

[size=150]Equipment and Safety[/size]
Recently, maunfacturers have been adding more and more tech to their production models as standard, and Evgenis really needs to keep up. We believe that all buyers should be able to get nearly all the tech from the lowest trim level (except the S model), meaning that SE buyers get everything you expect, such as air-conditioning, radio/CD/MP3 player with smartphone link, electric windows, multi-way adjusting seat and steering wheel, but other things such as a large touch-screen system with PhoneLink (allowing you to use your phone on the move using the built-in system), cruise control and other nifty little features. Higher trim models focus on giving the owner more upmarket materials, as well as some more expensive, upgraded versions of the tech found in the base model.

Safety of occupants is a very important area to us. That is why, as standard, all models get 7 airbags, ABS, TCS, ESP and seatbelt pretensioners as standard. SE trim and onwards bring the latest safety tech you may only expect to find in luxury sedans to family hatchbacks, with crash avoidance systems, other driving assists and even more airbags. The AHS steel chassis has been proven to be very strong and not deform too much in the event of the collision, and the aluminium body panels used on this car are stronger than ever. After numerous crash tests, we have discovered that this is, by far, the safest family car we have ever built.

So there you have it, the 2015 Evgenis Pagos. Let me know what you think!



Nice presentation and the car is certainly well designed too.


Welcome back! :smiley:


Another teaser?



To see the launch of this car, visit the New York International Motor Show thread here.


1.5T 150 RWD
[ul]Power: 150 bhp @ 6200 rpm (110 kW)
Torque: 214 Nm @ 3900 rpm (158 lb-ft)
Top Speed: 220.5 kph (137.0 mph)
0-100 kph (0-62 mph): 9.4 seconds
Weight: 1557 kg (3433 lbs)
Fuel Economy: 6.58 l/100km (real world) (42.9 UK mpg) [EU: 6.6 / 4.4 / 5.2 (42.8 / 64.2 / 54.3)]
Emissions: 153 g/km (real world) [EU: 121 g/km]
Pricing (Manual): £26,995/€34,000 (Standard) £31,495/€39,500 (Executive)
Pricing (Automatic): £28,495/€36,000 (Standard) £33,995/€41,500 (Executive)[/ul]
2.0T 190 RWD
[ul]Power: 190 bhp @ 6300 rpm (140 kW)
Torque: 270 Nm @ 3900 rpm (199 lb-ft)
Top Speed: 235.9 kph (146.6 mph)
0-100 kph (0-62 mph): 8.0 seconds
Weight: 1608 kg (3545 lbs)
Fuel Economy: 7.08 l/100 km (real world) (39.9 UK mpg) [EU: 7.1 / 4.7 / 5.6 (39.8 / 60.1 / 50.4) - US: 27 / 41 / 33]
Emissions: 164 g/km (real world) [EU: 130 g/km]
Pricing (Manual): £27,995/€35,250 (Standard) £32,495/€40,750 (Executive)
Pricing (Automatic): £29,495/€37,250 (Standard) £33,995/€42,750 (Executive)[/ul]
2.0T 240 RWD
[ul]Power: 240 bhp @ 6600 rpm (177 kW)
Torque: 293 Nm @ 5300 rpm (216 lb-ft)
Top Speed: 252.1 kph (156.6 mph) [LIMITED: 250 kph (155.3 mph)]
0-100 kph (0-62 mph): 7.3 seconds
Weight: 1612 kg (3554 lbs)
Fuel Economy: 7.02 l/100 km (real world) (40.2 UK mpg) [EU: 7.0 / 4.6 / 5.5 (40.4 / 61.4 / 51.4) - US: 27 / 41 / 34]
Emissions: 163 g/km (real world) [EU: 128 g/km]
Pricing (Manual): £29,495/€37,250 (Standard) £33,995/€42,750 (Executive)
Pricing (Automatic): £30,995/€39,250/$36,750 (Standard) £35,495/€44,750/$42,250 (Executive)[/ul]
2.0T 240 AWD
[ul]Power: 240 bhp @ 6600 rpm (177 kW)
Torque: 293 Nm @ 5300 rpm (216 lb-ft)
Top Speed: 236.8 kph (147.1 mph)
0-100 kph (0-62 mph): 8.5 seconds
Weight: 1695 kg (3737 lbs)
Fuel Economy: 8.18 l/100 km (real world) (34.5 UK mpg) [EU: 8.2 / 5.4 / 6.4 (34.4 / 52.3 / 44.1) - US: 23 / 35 / 29]
Emissions: 190 g/km (real world) [EU: 149 g/km]
Pricing (Automatic): £32,995/€41,750/$38,750 (Standard) £37,495/€47,250/$44,250 (Executive)[/ul]
3.0T 300 RWD
[ul]Power: 300 bhp @ 6700 rpm (224 kW)
Torque: 413 Nm @ 3300 rpm (305 lb-ft)
Top Speed: 257.8 kph (160.2 mph) [LIMITED: 250 kph (155.3 mph)]
0-100 kph (0-62 mph): 6.7 seconds
Weight: 1719 kg (3790 lbs)
Fuel Economy: 9.75 l/100 km (real world) (29.0 UK mpg) [EU: 9.8 / 6.5 / 7.6 (28.8 / 43.5 / 37.2) - US: 20 / 30 / 24]
Emissions: 226 g/km (real world) [EU: 176 g/km]
Pricing (Automatic): £36,995/€46,750/$43,500 (Standard) £41,495/€52,250/$49,000 (Executive)[/ul]
3.0T 300 AWD
[ul]Power: 300 bhp @ 6700 rpm (224 kW)
Torque: 413 Nm @ 3300 rpm (305 lb-ft)
Top Speed: 252.8 kph (157.1 mph) [LIMITED: 250 kph (155.3 mph)]
0-100 kph (0-62 mph): 6.7 seconds
Weight: 1778 kg (3920 lbs)
Fuel Economy: 9.85 l/100 km (real world) (28.7 UK mpg) [EU: 9.9 / 6.5 / 7.7 (28.5 / 43.5 / 36.7) - US: 19 / 29 / 24]
Emissions: 228 g/km (real world) [EU: 179 g/km]
Pricing (Automatic): £38,995/€49,250/$45,500 (Standard) £43,495/€54,750/$51,000 (Executive)[/ul]
3.0T 375 GT RWD
[ul]Power: 375 bhp @ 7600 rpm (276 kW)
Torque: 466 Nm @ 3700 rpm (344 lb-ft)
Top Speed: 273.9 kph (170.2 mph) [LIMITED: 250 kph (155.3 mph)]
0-100 kph (0-62 mph): 5.2 seconds
Weight: 1780 kg (3924 lbs)
Fuel Economy: 11.25 l/100 km (real world) (25.1 UK mpg) [EU: 11.3 / 7.4 / 8.8 (25.0 / 38.2 / 32.1) - US: 17 / 26 / 21]
Emissions: 261 g/km (real world) [EU: 204 g/km]
Pricing (Automatic DCT): £44,995/€56,750/$53,000 (GT)[/ul]

Fuel economy figures shown on models with more than one transmission option reflect the results of the manual transmission


Awesome , another realistic company .


Cheeseman, I so regret that I didn’t spot your hatchback reveal from last year. The Tomtae was an April Fools Joke :laughing:

For something more recent, damn, that’s a nice shot of your latest car.


Rennen Angeles VS Evenis Typhon? :slight_smile:


if the 375 GT offer manual , then please … just take my money :unamused: