In London at the Royal Automobile Club VUHL has revealed for the public the 05 sports car. The world public debut will take place next week at the Goodwood Festival of Speed. The engineers have tuned the 05 for improved handling and it seems that further testing and development is scheduled to tale place with assistance from Michelin later this year both in Europe and the US. The production process is scheduled to begin this year in November with the first deliveries following in the spring of 2014. The body of the model is being built in Canada, with chassis production and final assembly conducted by the advanced manufacturing concern in Mexico City.
The VUHL 05 has been precision engineered for the track and endowed with exhilarating performance for both the road and the circuit. All the ones present at the Goodwood Festival of Speed are invited to meet the VUHL Automotive team at Stand no. 12 in the main area. Here a complete car and separate chassis will be on display. According to the specialists they have been developed by enthusiasts for enthusiasts. They were determined to create a highly intuitive machine that was both stirringly fast and immense fun to drive. The body weighs 78 kg vehicle the dry weight of the entire car is 695 kg. The chassis contains a three-section bonded tub constructed from aluminum extrusions and aluminum honeycomb. The standard body is made from RTM reinforced plastic, front and lateral splitters, rear diffuser and rear spoiler. The new model receives power from a 2.0-liter DOHC turbocharged EcoBoost engine capable of generating 285 BHP and 420 Nm of torque. This output enables the car to accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h in 3.7 seconds and to reach a top speed of 245 km/h.
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