Why “mini”? Well, it’s too little text* even for a normal “Futuresight”, but I thought that it’s worth reposting here. And why double? Because it features two cars to compensate for the lack of content - Cittadino III Sportivo and Aera Turbo, both being my CSR entries.
######*(from me - so too little of my own effort put in this)
EDIT: not so “mini” now, with Aera GTR
##Zavir Cittadino III Sportivo
As entered for CSR29.
Sporty car? Of course that Zavir is coming to the party, especially since the new Cittadino just got released in 1996 (luck ). So, here it is, Cittadino III Sportivo, (literally) a ton of naturally aspirated fun!
Few things about this little rocket:
- 1.7 I4 with over 170hp
- under 7s from 0 to 100
- Z-line yellow colour unavailable in standard Zavirs
- based on the smallest Zavir, being also the only Zavir with FWD
- 15 700 $ and it’s yours
And in addition, it’s review by @HighOctaneLove:
At lucky no. 7 on our list is the Zavir Cittadino Sportivo, which probably hails from the same part of the world as the Brivio, the Sportivo is a badass hot hatch which manages to overpower the ultralights without resorting to stripping everything out of the car. This is achieved by using a 130Kw, 1.7L 4 cylinder, to power the beast; which is achieved on 95RON fuel. The sportivo does kinda cheat by installing a crappy stereo but the interior is nice and comfy, rather than bare-bones.
Looks classy, although less exotic than the Brivio, but a bit conservative for our tastes. A new Sportivo will set you back $15,600, which is a good deal on the face of it, but resale might bite due to a lack of dealers around the country.
Verdict: Nice Euro with a real spring in it’s step, worth every penny!
##Zavir Aera Turbo
In 1987 spec (Aera I was produced in 1984-1990) with Airide™ II.
And the magnificent image and review, both by @Rk38:
Oh wait! That’s not all, I have a “little” addition from 1985
#Zavir Aera GTR
This little monster is based on Zavir’s new light sports car model, the 1984 Aera. This exact build is roughly the same machine that will compete in the magnificent Group B from this season, replacing the aging Z Volante R2. It is powered by Zavir’s brand new small V6, the S27E in a turbocharged form which delivers it’s tremendous power to all wheels - an innovation introduced to improve performance in the highly demanding Group B rallying.
- over 550hp
- under 1100kg
- under 3.5s to 100km/h
This was originally posted here.