vuhl 05 confirmed for 2013 salon prive

VUHL 05 Confirmed For 2013 Salon Prive

At this year’s Salon Prive the visitors will have the opportunity of seeing the debut of a future legend. We are speaking here about the highly anticipated new supercar from Mexico - VUHL 05, which will be on the lawns of Syon Park in September. Although we don’t know much about the forthcoming vehicle, the information that has been released so far reveals that the VUHL 05 will be a road-legal lightweight supercar. It has been precision-engineered for the track and endowed with exhilarati

exclusive new images of vuhl 05 released [teaser]

Exclusive New Images Of VUHL 05 Released [TEASER]

VUHL 05 - the Road-Legal Lightweight Supercar was teased back in March and now it is time to see something more of it. Ahead of its official debut at Goodwood Festval of Speed, the brand has released two new images of the upcoming model. One of them is showing that the car is currently being tested at a secret location. In addition, VŪHL Automotive has confirmed that it has entered into a technical collaboration with Michelin. The latter will support the new sports car with set of new tyres. Furthermore, the

vuhl 05: the road-legal lightweight supercar [teaser]

VUHL 05: The Road-Legal Lightweight Supercar [TEASER]

You maybe haven’t heard the name VŪHL before. Well, it is time to remember it, because it is of a highly specialist vehicle manufacturer which is going to come out of the dark very soon. The company is set to release its first production vehicle named VŪHL 05, which is a road-legal lightweight supercar. The mode

Magna Steyr offers shortcut to EV production

As car manufacturers start to feel the economic pinch, they are looking to outsource more and more of their product development work to suppliers. That’s the view of Austrian-based Magna Steyr, best-known for its contract manufacturing for the likes of Chrysler and Mercedes-Benz. The company is keen to show off its design and development capabilities, especially when it comes to electric vehicles. Magna Steyr already has a contract to help Ford develop an electric version of the Focus – and at Geneva it show