The the four-seater custom Phantom DC Concept supercar known for its lamborghini doors and “cool” number plate “CEXI” is up for sale. The modified Rolls Royce price is £850,000 and is owned by an Indian Maharajah. The custom Rolls-Royce Phantom can reach speeds of 130mph and does around 14 miles to the gallon.
Apparently the current owner is a motor fanatic who owns over 50 cars including the Rolls Concept which was designed especially for him and under his ideas.
The Leicester firm’s latest model has been crowned the Noble M15 and it’s a radical development of the Noble M14 concept car shown last year.
Featuring the same twin-turbo, 3.0L V6 producing 455 bhp that debuted in the M14 concept last year, the new car model M15 might be crowned Britain’s baddest supercar. The engine is now mounted longitudinally and hooked up to a brand new gearbox packing six speeds for lunch.
Pricing of the new M15 is set at £75,000 ($130,000 USD).
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Autoweek reports that a well-known collector (James Glickenhaus, a B-movie mogul turned Wall Street fund manager) has commissioned Pininfarina to build a one-off Ferrari inspired by the original Ferrari P3/4 racers from the late 60s that he hopes to debut center stage at a premier automotive event this summer.
And while this information has not officially been released, its source is reputable, the collector himself sharing details online. Whether this is a case of braggadocio or a done deal remains a question until the unique Ferrari is seen in its carbon fiber flesh; all else being equal, however, if it is for real, it undoubtedly will be a stunner.
For those who need a reminder of their history, the original Ferrari P3/4s beat the Ford GT40s at Daytona and won the constructor’s sports car championship in ’67, the year in which the GT40s won Le Mans.
Kia has has revealed the first glimpse of its all-new Carens compact MPV that its world premier will be at the Spanish Motor show on May 25.
To be named Kia Rondo in North America, the new Kia car model follows the familiar trend and is longer, wider and taller than the model it replaces and will be available with seven seats for the first time in Europe.
The rear seats of the Kia Rondo concept car fold down flat into the boot floor when not required.
Due to get its formal unveiling at the Spanish motor show on May 25, the Carens is the fifth new Kia model following the Picanto, Rio, Sportage and Carnival to make its debut at a European show.
German startup Loremo AG revealed the new Loremo Concept Car that will have a sensational fuel consumption of only 1.5 litres / 100 km due to the reduction of weight and air resistance
The new concept car is the result of a productive “struggle” for comfort, design and efficiency:
The realisation of the principles of simplicity, aesthetics and aerodynamics in design allow for the low air resistance. This low air resistance results from the excellent Cw value of 0.2 and from a frontal area which has been reduced to the minimum.
This is a pioneering concept since the lowest level price is achieved by a construction principle that conserves resources.
Loremo’s driver will need only 300 litres of fuel at an annual road performance of 20,000 km, whereas a conventional small car would have to consume 1,600 litres of fuel while assuming the same road performance.Â
The Loremo concept car will be offered in two models, the Loremo LS and Loremo GT. The LS car model is powered by a 20 hp, 2-cylinder turbodiesel, while the GT gets a 50 hp, 3-cylinder unit. Both are 2 2, mid-engine/RWD configurations with a 5-speed gearbox. The GT will go from 0-62 mph in 9 seconds, but the real strength of the Loremo is fuel efficiency – the GT consumes only 2.7 liters per 100 km, while the LS needs only 1.5 liters/100 km.
According to Loremo, the LS car model will be priced at about $13,100, while the GT car model will sell for less than $18,000.
The structure of the body is unconventional: You will get into Loremo by a lateral threshold Instead of two lateral doors there is one “gate”: A frontal door opens forward before the seats, taking the steering wheel with it The roof and the doors are laid out as a two-layer plastic construction with a laminated interior side. In addition, the rear seats can be used for large quantities of baggage… Instead of a longitudinal adjustment of the seat, the pedals and the steering wheel are adjusted to the driver. The rear seats are installed against the line of travel. The dashboard is replaced by a simple instrument mushroom-shaped with a display.
You can find out more at Loremo Concept Car Website