Much excitement has been generate by the revelation of pictures of the first ever supercar from the house of Fenix Automotive, which is the new company spearheaded by the former Noble Automotive front man Lee Noble.
The vehicle is due to hit the market for sale later in August this year, and has already been pegged as one of the most impressive and exciting models around. The grunt will be provided by a pair of GM engines. And while the entry-level car, the LS3 V8, will be fitted with a 480bhp engine, the more adventurous drivers can pick up the supercharged LS9, fitted with a 638bhp engine.
It has been estimated that the car would be able to go from 0-100 within a mere 7 seconds, and the top speed offered will be over 200 mph.
"The new car’s styling owes nothing to what I’ve done before and has quite literally been a ‘clean sheet’ exercise from the start. It’s edgy, with powerful lines, and aerodynamically will be in another league to any of my previous cars", says the car's designed Mr. Noble.
The cars will be built in South Africa and will be hitting the UK markets in August, with an estimated start price of 75,000 Pounds.