Spyker Cars revealed the C8 Laviolette LM85, the road version of its GT2 Le Mans car. The model will be built as a limited edition of 24 units maximum and will be available in both left and right hand drive. The production of the new model will begin soon. It is powered by a 4.2-liter V8 engine that is capable of delivering 400 BHP. The output is being sent to the wheels through a manual six-speed Getrag gearbox. The first two LM85 cars that will come off the production line are scheduled for display in Saudi Arabia, at the opening event of Spyker of Saudi Arabia and at the Jeddah Motor Show from 27th until the 30th of October 2008 and in Los Angeles at the LA Auto Show from 19th until the 30th of November 2008.
Spyker Cars N.V., manufacturer of exclusive premium sports cars, proudly presents the Spyker C8 Laviolette LM85 â€" the road version of its GT2 LeMans car. The Spyker C8 Laviolette LM85 will be built as a limited edition of 24 units maximum, and will be available in both left and right hand drive. Production of the LM85 commences this quarter.
The LM85 is an advanced mid-engine, two-seat sports car. It is characterized by a lightweight all aluminium body construction and an uncompromising engineering package. The powertrain of the LM85 is the all aluminium Audi 4.2 Litre V8 engine producing 400 bhp. This is paired to a manual six-speed Getrag gearbox, driving the rear wheels with a Drexler limited slip differential. ABS is standard. The use of aluminium parts and other lightweight materials results in an impressive power-to-weight ratio and underlines the GT2 racing heritage of the car.
Based on the Spyker C8 Laviolette GT2R, the racing characteristics of the LM85 are numerous, such as the all aluminium chassis, GT2 livery (Burnt Almond Orange with Gun Metal `S` logo), side mirrors in body colour, a carbon fibre rear spoiler, and GT2 windscreen streamer. Behind the black powder coated alloy wheels, black AP Racing 6 piston brake calipers with AP Racing logo appear. The LM85 can optionally be equipped with Le Mans sticker sets as well as a customised LM85 car cover.
The ample use of black leather and alcantara, which is originally meant to reduce light reflection during racing, has been finished with orange contrast stitching and characterizes the unique interior of the LM85. The dashboard instrument panel is made of turned aluminium. Each car will feature a personalised LM85 serial plaque. On request, Chronoswiss dials and switches can be installed and are virtually identical to the Chronoswiss 24Hours Pilot Watch every LM85 owner receives with his car. The black floor mats are made of fire protective material, finished with orange piping and the LM85 logo embroidered.
As mentioned above, every LM85 owner receives a special edition Spyker Chronoswiss 24H Pilot Watch with orange crocodile strap. The serial number of the car will be engraved on the case of this exquisite time piece. Additionally, all LM85 owners are offered an exclusive Spyker VIP Hospitality weekend at the 24H of Le Mans in 2009.
LM85 on display
The first two LM85 cars that will come off the production line are scheduled for display in Saudi Arabia, at the opening event of Spyker of Saudi Arabia (www.premiumcollectionsa.com) and at the Jeddah Motor Show (www.acexpos.com) from 27 until 30 October 2008, and in Los Angeles at the LA Auto Show (www.laautoshow.com) from 19 until 30 November 2008.
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