Specs please, if it’s got my name on it, i reserve the right to … something or other
Actually I’m getting rid of all of the engines that deliver poor gas milage. Including The Morris V6. I’m gonna also rename a few of these engines as well . I’ll release those specs when I’m finished
I’m a fan now!
Introducing the 2020 Helios LR90
This crossover/wagon was created with prestige and comfort in mind. Luxuriously designed with modern technology surrounds its passengers. Leather wraps around the entire cabin in a variety of color choices.
Engine specs are coming soon!
LR90 comes standard with our brand new 3.7L V6 which produces 325 hp @6,600 RPM and 264 lb-ft @5,200, but for those with power in mind, there’s as option for our new 4.2L V8 which produces 500 hp @6,700 and 422 lb-ft @4,700.
Pricing starts at $81,000 for the V6 model and $87,000 for the V8 model.
As for fuel economy, the V6 gets 18 mpg, while the V8 gets 16 mpg.
Not very economic.
Yeah I know, do have a 3.0 Turbo V6 that should have great fuel economy! So that will be an option!
The V6 is 0-60 in 7.23 seconds and the V8 is 5.00 seconds
The refreshed 2020 LX60 doesn’t only come with improved looks, we’ve improved on the fit and finish, engine options, and performance.
The all new Helios 3.6 turbo V6 and 4.0 turbo V8 are options for LX60. Fuel economy was also improved over the outgoing model, from 15 mpg to 22 or 23 mpg, depending on the engine choice.
When equipped with the 381 hp turbo V6, LX60 completes the 0-60 in 6.8 seconds, while with the 510 hp turbo V8, achieves 0-60 in 5.22 seconds.
Pricing starts at $62,000 and tops out at $68,000.
LX50 has been refreshed for the 2020 model year.
LX50 is smaller and lighter than LX60, and it caters to drivers that just want a taste of luxury. Pricing starts at $51,000 and tops out at $55,000. This vehicle will be competing in the entry level luxury sedan segment.
Two engine options are available, and they include the Helios 266 hp 3.6 V6 or the 381 hp turbo 3.6 V6. With 0-60 times of either 8.35 seconds or 5.95 seconds with the turbo. Fuel economy has been vastly improved, from 15 mpg to 21-27 mpg.
Two trims are available as of now, these include Luxury and Sport.
Introducing the 2020 Helios E1.
This sports coupe starts at $62,000 if you opt for our new Helios 4.0 Turbo V8, which produces 510 hp and 572 lb-ft of torque. Although if you opt for our older 3.4 turbo V8 with 484 hp and 460 lb-ft of torque, then pricing starts at $56,000.
The 4.0 turbo V8 can go 0-60 in 4.5 seconds while the older 3.4 turbo V8 does 5.00 flat.
Fuel economy is great when equipped with the newer engine, coming in at 24 mpg, while the dated engines manages an average of 16 mpg.
At this time, there is only one available trim, but two engine options. All models come standard with AWD.
Introducing the refreshed 2020 Helios LR30!
LR30 comes standard with our new Helios 381 hp 3.6 turbo V6, giving it a 0-60 time of 6.18 seconds, and a fuel economy rating of 25 mpg. All models are equipped with AWD
Pricing starts at $64,000. An economy model will be unveiled at a later date, and it will compete in the entry level luxury compact SUV segment.
Ah Helios. Always making good cars.
Introducing the All New Helios S60
The perfect SUV is now here!
Trim options and engine specs will be revealed soon.
I love how the brand has it’s own specific design to it. Sort of like how the BMW has their unique grill and same with KIA
Is that 2000’s gold?
There have been quite a few changes to this luxury car brand. A few models will be discontinued due to poor sales, and new models will be introduced in order to attrai buyers from different age groups. Our designers and engineers have gone back to the drawing board to polish and refine our engines, platforms, and overall quality across the board. There will also be more standard equipment starting at the end of the year. Since there have already been reveals for the 2020 model year, we will have to push back production of all models, for new updates.
There is a new flagship sedan planned for the year 2020. It will be revealed at a later time.
There will also be a new portfolio of engines. All coming with improved fuel economy and reliability. Stay tuned.