Sales of the legendary “Eleonora” begin In the USJanuary 4, 2018
Prices for the legend start from $ 189,000. It takes about six months to build a car.
The American company Fusion Motor was awarded the right to release the officially licensed “Eleanor Mustang Fastbacks” – a car from the famous Hollywood movie “Gone in Sixty Seconds”. Despite the fact that the last remake with Nicolas Cage in the main role was released 18 years ago, the special version of the Ford Mustang Fastback 1967 remains recognizable all over the world.
As explained in the company, they have made a deal with the producer Deniz Halitsky, whose late husband “Toby” Khalitsky created and personally starred in the original film “Gone in 60 Seconds” in 1974. After visiting the assembly line, Denise became confident of the quality of the replicas and agreed to sell the license.
Legendary “Eleonora” is based on the coupe Ford Mustang Fastback 1967. Fusion Motor Company uses car donors regardless of their condition. All of them receive new body panels and full repair. The vehicles are also equipped with a special multi-link rear suspension, Wilwood brakes, a limited slip differential, carbon fiber components and LED headlamps with classic reflectors.
Inside each licensed “Eleonora” are installed similar to the factory chairs, the steering column, height-adjustable, air conditioning and audio system with Bluetooth. As an option, you can order sports seats Recaro, sensors Auto Meter and infotainment system with GPS-navigation.
Buyers can choose between five motors. The basic is the 5-liter V8 engine with a power of 430 horsepower. Still there is its version with the compressor for 600 hp, and also seven-liter motor V8 in three variants of forcing: 480, 560 and 750 horsepowers. All engines can be aggregated with a five- or six-speed manual gearbox or a six-speed automatic.
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