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In Europe searches for recognitions Australian supercar

Supercar Skelta

The Australian supercar Skelta which is considered as one of ugliest in the points of view of design, starts to master the new markets: the model becomes accessible to the European buyers who as developers assume, should be inspired on advantage with supercar dynamic characteristics.

The Australian racing car

The car which is taking part in the Australian racing competitions, is offered on a choice with two engines. The base version is equipped by the 4-cylinder 2-l engine from Honda power of 340HP the Top-version — 460-strong motor V8 in volume of 3 litres.

Both engines work together with the 6-step transmission developed in company Honda. Weight Skelta makes only 720 kg, thanks to carbon application from which the car body is completely executed. Besides, at car assemblage aluminium was widely used.

The design of model is criticised for a long time in Australia, but in company Skelta by supercar working out first of all cared of aerodynamics, instead of about the external. As it is informed in the press release, the huge back rear wing and forward air inlets at speed of 145 km/h provide clamping force in 200 kg. The information on the maximum speed which, according to some information exceeds 250 km/h.

Skelta: Targa & Spyder

In sale Skelta will arrive in two updatings: "Targa" and "Spyder". The official debut of model in the Great Britain will take place in January on the international autoshow in Birmingham.

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