The still looks like an Alpine? Right. But it's not, but a Willys AW 380 Berlineta. The handmade super athletes shine at the stand of the Italian body cutter Viotti at the Bologna Motor Show ( 6 to 14 December 2014). The racy coupe is a tribute to the Willys Interlagos Berlineta in 1964. And then came under license as the Alpine A108. Manufacturer of Interlagos was Willys-Overland do Brasil, the South American branch of the inventor Jeep Willys-Overland.
The new interpretation has a lightweight carbon body and is 50 years after the Willys Interlagos the brand revive. A 3.8 - liter twin-turbo petrol, which induce creates impressive 610 hp and 830 Newton meters, fired the 4.43 meter long two-seater. The six-cylinder boxer was installed as the historical model in the rear and inspires the Willys at exorbitant driving performance within 2.7 seconds of the speedometer will read 100 km / h as the peak to 340 km / h be in there. Power is transferred to the rear wheels, a six-speed transmission is responsible, which can also be switched by paddles on the steering wheel. For technology - donor Viotti has yet revealed any information, but the engine is likely to come from the current Porsche 911 Turbo.
In 2015, a total of 110 vehicles manufactured and sold ?? The basic price is hefty 380,000 Euros. According to the manufacturer, there is already a marketer ever for the Balkan countries and the United Arab Emirates . (HD)