A flock of Swansons
Our boxers are so quirky and not like all the other cars
125 SPC - Hot Hatch Intensifies
The SPC returns, keeping the 2,5L Boxer 6 RWD configuration. With more power and less weight, what could go wrong?
To your family and insurance rep, it’s an innocent granny car. With a small, low-power engine of under 150hp. To you, it’s a road eating monster that will leave most others a small object in your rear-view mirror. While we can’t magically make it bigger than it is, it’s still a reasonably practical everyday car that’ll fit more than you think.
125 PO - A Real Actual Convertible
aka the Barbie Car
Forget the “controversial” 200 convertible of the past; this new, smaller one is Safe and Effective™. Enjoy the sun in a small package, fitted with a smooth engine with performance only available in our sports cars just a few years ago. Back seat very suitable for children.
112 GE - Oil Crisis Fighter
With innovative front wheel drive, a Swanson first, and a very efficient 12 valve engine, this is our most accessible offering at a mere 12.300$. It’s slow, but not dangerously so - and very quick and nimble in the city and on rural roads. Sips just 5,1L/100km of E10.
555 G - Catching crims and locking them up...in your community
A familiar sight for government officials [and to some degree others, pretending rest of lineup for sale outside the competition].
More performance-oriented, still torquey 280 hp 5,5L engine. Power Steering, 5-speed manual and clutched differential for ease and precision of handling the big boat. A simple but high.quality interior, with a sturdy cage separating the crims in the back. American-grade bumpers with Tag Strips. That’s right, you tag the crims with green paint to mark your prey.
969 RC - Participation Trophy Streak Contender
With 9 wins and 7 podiums on Lerance Raceway, albeit in the discontinued R2 class, there is some pressure on the team. Headquarters insist on them using the new for 1977 900 mid engine sports car, as “it would be a bad look to race a discontinued model again, for several reasons”. Veteran driver Peder Aas insists his personal car would be faster, but will stay on for a couple more years.
Anyhow, the top dog 900 does carry a literal aircraft engine usually propelling sponsor Xessna’s planes. With fuel injection, but no turbocharging (unlike the concept car) it runs at twice the rpm and power of it’s usual configuration.