How about a slice from the British sports car pie?
While one of the two tuned versions of the Merna might be more appropriate for an everyday car, the Nardella is the cheapest out-and-out sportscar Erin makes. All-aluminium construction, like its big brother the Scarlet, and powered by a N/A 2.0l i4 on this 200X trim, a style of engine that has a long history in our company of powering entry-level performance vehicles.
229hp being sent to the rear wheels makes this 1170kg car good for 0-60 in 5.3 seconds, with lap times of 1:23.69 and 8:34.07 around the Green Hell.
Usual price of $23250 (25%), with zero markup this thing costs $18600.
Per year, we expect total of production of around 6,000 to 7,000 Nardellas, with around 3,500 being X-Tune variants like this one. It's built at our specialist low-volume production centre at the Erin World Headquarters on Brian Clough Way, Nottingham, UK.