Sunday, January 30, 2011

2011 Artega GT

The Artega GT, another automobile brand from Germany, debuted at the Geneva Motor Show earlier this year on March but it’s on display again at the 2007 Frankfurt Motor Show. The price tag of the Artega GT is at €74,948 or $104,000 in Germany with taxes. The car is powered by a VW 300 Hp 3.6 liter V6 direct-injection engine located right behind the driver and produces maximum torque of 350 Nm at 2400/min. The Artega Gt is weighted at 1100 kg without passenger. Artega claimed that the GT could sprints from 0 to 100 km/h in less than 5 seconds and with a top speed of more than 270 km/h. The Artega GT will be on sale in early 2008.

Sporty 2011 Artega GT

2011 Artega GT With The Top Speed

Technical specification of the Artega GT. Frame: Aluminum spaceframe. Rear module tubular space frame of high-tensile stainless steel. Bodywork: Carbon fiber reinforced compound material. Dimensions (L X B X H): 3950 x 1880 x 1180 mm. Empty weight: About 1100 kg. Kg/PS: About 3.6 kg/PS. Engine: V6 direct-injection engine in the rear. Displacement: 3597 ccm. Performance: 221 kW (300 PS) at 6600/min. Torque: 350 Nm at 2400/min. Drive: Rear-wheel-drive. Transmission: Six-speed direct-shift with Artega inverting stage (pat.appl.). Acceleration 0 – 100 km/h: less than 5 sec. Speed: more than 270 km/h.

Elegant 2011 Artega GT

Exotic 2011 Artega GT

It’s often said that with today’s safety standards, it’s impossible to design a car with the stunning and savage grace of the Lamborghini Miura. Henrik Fisker would say otherwise. This is the Artega GT, the designer’s compact, mid-engined supercar. The thing exudes brutal beauty. Its muscular form terrifies asphalt, threatens twisty roads. Sure, it’s not as graceful and sleek as the Miura, but I think it’s as close as we’re gonna get in this era of hyper safety standards. Performance wise, the Artega GT would give the Miura a run for its money. The 2,400-pound sports car can hit 60 miles per hour in 4.8 seconds and reach a 170 mph terminal velocity—without achieving liftoff. It’s powered by a 300-horsepower, 3.6-liter VW V6, which isn’t the sexiest power plant around, but it gets the job done. Price? A steal at less than $90,000. The Artega GT is supposed to be available late this year. Hit the jump for more pics.

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