Yes, I have the actual car. The Driveline is complete and all systems are functioning. Some body panels are still fiberglass, while the finished versions are completed carbon. None are mounted at this time.Do you have an actual car you can post photos of, or just the computer rendering at the top of the page?
I'd love to see the body from a few different angles, plus the transition from pixels to carbon!
http://www.lotuscars.com/en/future-carsReally? Do you have a pic? I don't see it at all.
That's a shame, because Russ is one the best bike & snowmobile engine guys in the US. His ported heads are on some of the most successful competition rigs out there.Hmm. Not that I'm aware of.
Mostly selfish reasons. This idea started a few years ago when I was looking to buy a Ferrari. They weren't as cool as I remembered them as a kid, and the ones I loved were dated. I loved the idea of the GTM. Great stance, great performance and it had really good presence. However, I felt the overall body design wasn't my cup of tea. I also wanted to stay away from a traditional fiberglass body and the headaches involved in making it right. I also wanted my own exotic interior. The original plan was purchase a GTM and change over all those things myself like a few have done here.If you don't mind answering...by what way did you arrive at design & manufacture of a boutique automobile? It's been oft-said that the quickest way to go broke in business is to start a car-company...
Hope you and your Dad are well...its been a long time since you guys came by RCR .....I wondered what you had been upto....nice work...
I will drop by and have a look at NAIAS
I see some "K-1 Attack" influence on the front end Any relation to that Slovak project?