Tuesday, 15 May 2012


Eterniti Motors, a new car company based in London, UK, specialises in the manufacturing of super SUVs. And yes, the cars you see here are called Artemis and are based on the Porsche Cayenne. According to Eterniti, so far a total of five of these SUVs have been sold in China so far, with strong interest from other countries.

These countries from which well-heeled people that are willing to part with at least R2.8 million a pop, include Russia, Spain, the USA and some in the Middle East. Annual production will peak at 40 units this year. So far no one in Mzansi has put down a promisory deposit for one of these.

Those who have get to play around with a 4.8-litre V8 with two turbos on boost, forcing out a filthy 441kW and 750Nm of torque. Such numbers make it the most powerful production SUV in the world today. Befittingly, it is said to hit 100km/h from standstill in 4.5 seconds, reaching top speeds of 290km/h.

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