The renowned British automaker, Profusion Exotic Cars has revealed its 2013 Typhoon in the Indian market and has already started taking pre-orders for the car. The company is expected to start deliveries by the second-half of the current year. Currently Profusion Exotic Car only sells vehicles for non-public or track use only. However, the company is currently going through the process in order to legalize the use of its vehicles on Indian roads.
Typhoon is the premium offering form the house of Profusion. The vehicle is powered by a 2.0 litre petrol engine that churns out an impressive power output of about 145 bhp and peak torque of about 188 Nm. And with the ultra-light structure, the vehicle weighs just about 630 kg offering a unique driving experience.
What that is more impressive is its competency to reach 0 to 96 kmph in just 4.3 seconds with a top speed of about 210 kmph. In the official statement by the company on its website, it has desired to expand to the Indian market and has also revealed its plans for the same.
The statement says that the cars they sell are all cleared for the use on the UK roads and have passed extensive VOSA IVA test and are also competent with the Euro 4 emissions. These are the same car that the company is planning to sell in Indian market. So, company expects that it will just be a matter of time that it will clear legal issues regarding the Indian road legality of their cars.
Profusion currently houses a single dealership that is stationed in Bangalore in Karnataka. So, the person who wishes to track down this exciting engineering marvel can walk down to their dealership or can also check on with their website for more information regarding the same. You can visit the company website at: http://www.profusion-exotic-cars.com/
Car looks quite sporty and a pure racing marvel. But it will be just a matter of time to see the type of response it will gather from the Indian customers. Further the specs and looks of the car is sure to rise some ears but nothing can be said earlier as the car is far different from being a contemporary piece of automotive art.