Corvette-Based Endora SC-1 Heading for Production

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Corvette-Based Endora SC-1 Heading for Production

Time and time again we see custom supercars built around the C6 Corvette. The Rossi 66 and Bertone’s Mantide
are two that have successfully made the jump from vaporware to
production. And last week we learned German-based Endora cars is
planning on using the C6 Corvette as the basis for their supercar, the
Endora SC-1.

The Endora SC-1 wedge-shaped styling is inspired by the American and
European muscle cars of the Sixties and early Seventies. The long hood
tapers down to a pair of high-intensity-discharge headlamps and LED fog
lights. The rear wheels are slightly covered while the flowing rear end
features an extremely horizontally positioned rear window. Two LED
taillights accentuate the rear.

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Endora Cars is planning on offering buyers three different
configurations. The basic model will be equipped with GM’s 6.2-liter V8
with 437 horsepower and 424 lb-ft of torque. The second option is a 7.0
liter V8 with 512 Horsepower and 470 lb-ft of torque. Finally, at the
top will be a supercharged version of the 6.2-liter V8 delivering 647
horsepower and 604 lb-ft of torque.

Each of Endora’s supercars will come with a six-speed manual
transmission although buyers that opt for the base 437-horsepower
configuration can also select an automatic transmission with paddle
shifters.

The SC-1 also comes standard with an electronic traction control
system, an active handling set-up and 19-inch alloys up front and
20-inch at the rear.

Endora Cars is now accepting orders for the car and production is
planned to get underway in the very near future. Pricing and other
details have not yet been announced.

Source:
Topspeed

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