VLF Target, recycling the Fisker Karma for the new company of Henrik Fisker

VLF DestinoAt the Detroit motor show is where it has been known VLF Automotive, company created by Gilbert Villareal, Bob Lutz and Henrik Fisker. In the appointment of the american the american brand has presented two models, on the one hand the VLF Force 1 based on the Dodge Viper, and on the other, the VLF Destination. It is likely that the second model, the VLF Destiny will sound familiar. In effect, it is the famous Fisker Karma, although despite sharing design, it does not follow the original philosophy of Karma.

The Fisker Karma used two electric motors for moving, although had an engine 2.0 turbo petrol that did the times of generator. It was a electric extended range. In the case of the VLF Destination all that technology is lost and we resort to something more genuinely american. The engine LS9 V8 6.2-liter with a compressor of the above Chevrolet Corvette ZR1 the heart is in charge of animating the attractive body of the VLF Destination.

VLF DestinoVLF Automotive has not reported figures official Target, but the engine used in series, in the Corvette, delivering 647 HP and 819 Nm of torque. It is estimated that the VLF Target can complete the 0 to 100 km/h in about four seconds, topping a maximum speed of 320 kilometers per hour. Since then that with a V8 inherited from one of the Corvette more wild, was not going to be slow.

What if you know with certainty is that it will have a high price, of 229,000 dollars in particular, a 211.300 euros. This vehicle will be manufactured in the facilities of VLF Automotive in Auburn Hills (Michigan), along with Force 1, while its marketing will be conducted through the seven dealers specific in the main cities of the united States and other international distributors that will be released throughout 2016.

Source – VLF Automotive

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