Savage Rivale Roadyacht GTS sports car
This Savage Rivale Roadyacht GTS sports car has been inspired in design by racing cars from the circuit. Built with a 4-seater convertible configuration, a car borrows a lot from the futuristic superyachts out there, and shall finally make itself shown to the world in 2012. The car was developed by the Dutch duo of Emile Pop and Justin de Boer, who are still in the process of making the racing-track only versions of the car. Its earlier glimpses have even proved fruitful, as 3 uber-rich car enthusiasts have already booked their units, and would grab them once they officially get unveiled later this year. Looking at this, we were bent upon getting to know the car up close, and needless to say, it does sport some real punch. Beginning with the exteriors, the body is a combination of chrome molybdeme and carbon fiber panels on the sides, which will be available as a unit in 3 colors; Wildfire orange, Waterline white, and Gunmetal grey. Like most of the dynamic competition in the range, there will be 4-doors opening up vertically, which might be one of the most prominent show-offs for the car. Others are mainly technical, including the Toyo alloy wheels, with double wishbone configuration and 3-way collovers with hydro-lift system, and multi-piston mono-bloc disc brakes. Under the hood, there is the sizeable 6.2 V8 petrol engine, which generates up to 670HP of maximum power, enabling to travel from 0-100 km/ph in just 3.4 seconds. The highest possible speed however will cross 330 km/ph mark. In terms of the inside, there is plenty of alcantara leather, aluminum and carbon fiber to be found in the upholstery. In fact, the seating is based on a carbon fiber structure, which is electronically controlled from the touch-screen control panel. Now, this panel also has the integration to the wine cooler controls, digital music center, and the anti-theft system apart from the temperature control system with stored memory.