1986: the Group B and F1 are dominated with the turbo cars. Montes decided to enter a car in the Group B, but the rules require to produce a road version of the car that will participated.
But the current models (in 1986) of Montes not meet the requirements of the brand, and the solution is a super-advanced car in his time: the Zender RS.
The car was 100% new, and doesn't share any part with any Montes model of 1986 and rear: this car was designed from race to street (like BMW M3 E30), through the adquired experience of Montes in the International Motorsport Championships (like the DRM, IMSA...), but the Engineering department was very busy developing the street cars, and they could not occupy the development of road cars and racing cars: Montes decided to make a specialized motorsport and super-cars department, called MRP (Montes Racing Performance).
The Zender RS enters the market the 1st February of 1986, and in the first month was sold 300 units arround the world!
The model was powered with a 2856 cm^3 engine, capable to develop more of 300 hp. The car costs $55.000-70.000 (the rest of performance data is a secret for the moment!).
Some photos of the model: