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Leviathan Motor Company: 2016 Scylla


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#23

2016 Scylla

2016 Base Model

Following a trend of premiumization, the Scylla once again saw major changes with the current generation model. Now on a new 3.0m wheelbase platform, the Scylla has increased power and luxury options to try and again compete with the more prestigious nameplates from Europe.

2016 Base Model

The Scylla uses an updated version of the 3.1L V6 now making 278hp for the base model. The commitment to a fuel efficient trim led to 35.8 mpg as well. The engine is paired with a new advanced 8-speed automatic transmission with an electric LSD. The exterior was largely a continuation of the previous gen with sharper features and more flowing shapes that hint at its increased performance.

2016 GTS

2016 GT

The trim designations return from the 2010 model with the 301hp GT with full luxury interior, the 364hp GTS as the GT with the most powerful variant of the V6 to date, and the GTR. The GTR comes with a refined version of the naturally aspirated V8 now making 492hp.

2016 GTR

The Scylla would share platforms and many styling cues with LMC’s most expensive model outside of the Nessus. Some of the technology in the Megalodon made its way into the Scylla and elevated the sedan, while the Megalodon itself suffered from being too closely related to Scylla while being marketed as a hand built GT car. The generation would run until 2021.

All trims offered


Model 2016 Scylla 2016 Scylla GT
Layout Front Longitudinal RWD Front Longitudinal RWD
Chassis AHS Steel Monocoque with Aluminum Panels AHS Steel Monocoque with Aluminum Panels
Suspension Front Double Wishbone, Rear Multilink Front Double Wishbone, Rear Multilink
Brakes Front 3-Piston Vented Disc and 1-Piston Rear Solid Disc Front 3-Piston Vented Disc and 1-Piston Rear Solid Disc
Transmission 8-Speed Adv. Auto 8-Speed Adv. Auto
Weight 3,834.5 lbs 4,076.9 lbs
Engine 3130 cc DOHC 4v Twinturbo V6 3130 cc DOHC 4v Twinturbo V6
Power Output 278.2 hp @ 6200 rpm, 300.6 lb-ft @ 3700 rpm 301.5 hp @ 6400 rpm, 304.9 lb-ft @ 3800 rpm
0-62 mph 6.07 s 6.07 s
1/4 mile time 14.35 s 14.23 s
1 km time 25.95 s 25.81 s
Top Speed 155 (limited) mph 155 (limited) mph
Fuel Efficiency 35.8 mpg 29.8 mpg
ATT Lap Time 2:26.32 - Medium Tires 2:26.39 - Medium Tires


Model 2016 Scylla GTS 2016 Scylla GTR
Layout Front Longitudinal RWD Front Longitudinal RWD
Chassis AHS Steel Monocoque with Steel and Aluminum Panels AHS Steel Monocoque with Steel and Aluminum Panels
Suspension Front Double Wishbone, Rear Multilink Front Double Wishbone, Rear Multilink
Brakes Front 3-Piston Vented Disc and 1-Piston Rear Solid Disc Front 4-Piston Vented Disc and 1-Piston Rear Solid Disc
Transmission 8-Speed Adv. Auto 7-Speed DCT
Weight 4,104.8 lbs 4,284.8 lbs
Engine 3130 cc DOHC 4v Twinturbo V6 5384 cc DOHC 4v V8
Power Output 363.8 hp @ 7800 rpm, 320.2 lb-ft @ 4900 rpm 492.1 hp @ 7800 rpm, 407.0 lb-ft @ 5300 rpm
0-62 mph 5.11 s 4.20 s
1/4 mile time 13.51 s 12.31 s
1 km time 24.45 s 21.91 s
Top Speed 155 (limited) mph 203.4 mph
Fuel Efficiency 24.8 mpg 20.2 mpg
ATT Lap Time 2:22.37 - Sport Tires 2:10.55 - Sport Tires

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#24

It’s easy to see how this one snagged the win for CSR 123. With the Scylla name finally hitting its stride, combined with the amount of features and technology blended with surprisingly capable performance and luxury, it makes for an excellent all around sedan that’s sure to capture the attention of shoppers in such a competitive market.


#25

I wholeheartedly agree with you on that one. It may have been less powerful than most of its rivals, but the rest of the car was more than good enough to compensate.