The British made the Corvette a retro coupe in the spirit of the works of French cars of the 1930sMarch 7, 2018
British studio Eadon Green presented at the Geneva Motor Show a Zeclat retrocup made in the style of the Figoni & Falaschi, Bugatti, Chapron and PourTout models of the 1930s. The car received a unique carbon body and the main components of the Chevrolet Corvette C7.
At the heart of Zeclat is a modified cart from the “Corvette” with a subframe made of aluminum and carbon nanocomposite. Weight distribution on the axes is 50:50. Under the hood is an atmospheric eight-cylinder engine with a capacity of 6.2 liters. The output of the unit is 466 horsepower and 630 Nm of torque. The engine can be combined with a seven-speed manual or an eight-speed automatic transmission.
From zero to 69 kilometers per hour the coupe is able to accelerate in 3.6 seconds.
Zeclat equipment includes carbon-ceramic brakes Brembo, adaptive shock absorbers with magnetorheological fluid, as well as a system for changing the operation of the control electronics with five modes: all-weather, economical, comfortable, sports and track.
Retrokupe is equipped with a system for recording and analyzing progress on a race track with a digital trainer function, a multimedia system supporting Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, and a projection display.
For Zeclat is available 18 options for painting the body and 13 color schemes of the interior.
Zeclat became the second car in the company’s lineup. Previously, the studio presented a reto sports car Black Cuillin, inspired by the luxurious grant-tourers of the past. The car was equipped with a 6.0-liter V12 engine and a modern infotainment system.