A rare American coupe VLF Force 1 appeared on sale

A rare American coupe VLF Force 1 appeared on sale

February 25, 2020 0 By autotimesnews

A rare VLF Force 1 V10 coupe was posted on Canepa’s web portal. The car was built the year before last based on the Dodge Viper for Henrik Fisker, and according to his own design sketches, in partnership with the famous American racer Ben Keating. 2-door released in the amount of 5 copies.

VL Automotive, which in 2012 was formed by former GM CEO Bob Lutz and Gilbert Villarreal, originally built a car based on Fisker Karma hybrids, but with the LS9 powertrain from Chevrolet Corvette ZR1. In 2016, the post of head of the design department of the company went to Henrik Fisker, and it was renamed VLF Automotive. It was during that period that the model line expanded to 2 models, and so Force 1 came out.

The VLF Force 1 Coupé is the redesigned Dodge Viper. The car has a 8.4-liter V10 aspirated engine that delivers 755 hp. and 928 Nm. The transmission is the Tremec 6-speed manual transmission, with a 6-speed automatic transmission with shift paddles as an option. VLF Force 1 has a new all-carbon body and interior, which is sheathed with leather and Alcantara.

 Supercar up to 60 mph (97 km / h) accelerates in 3 seconds and accelerates as much as possible to 350 km / h.

  The famous car driver Ben Keating, who spoke, in particular, on the Vipers, set up the car. Force 1 was equipped with an adjustable suspension, motor components in the style of racing Viper GT3-R and original 21-inch wheels.

 The cost of the car that appeared on sale is not disclosed.