Super SUV Eterniti Artemis based on Cayenne Turbo

Newly formed company Eterniti Motors, presented at the Motor Show in Frankfurt in 2011 concept SUV Hemera, brought to the Beijing Auto Show 2012 version of its chassis, however, now the car is called Artemis.
Although outwardly in Eterniti Artemis unmistakably Cayenne, it is worth noting that, unlike the concept of Hemera, serial crossover design has changed for the better. The car got a new head optics and other grille, markedly distributes in size.
In addition, the company declassified interior trends, which are used in the finishing of high-quality leather, natural wood and carbon fiber. Behind are two separate seats with ventilation, a fridge with crystal glasses and holders for the iPad.
Under the hood is borrowed from the Porsche Cayenne Turbo petrol engine V8 twin-turbo 4.8-liter working volume, but its output has been increased from 500 to 600 hp, and peak torque reaches 750 Nm vs. 700 Nm at source.
According to the automaker, from zero to hundreds Eterniti Artemis accelerates in 4.5 seconds and its top speed of 290 km/h. For comparison, it is 0.2 seconds and at 12 km/h surpasses similar indicators Cayenne Turbo.
Sales of new products launched November 8, 2012 in London, at a price of 210,000 pounds (123 000 pounds more taken as a basis for Porsche). By the end of this year, the company plans to build 30 to 40 off-road vehicles, most of which will go to China.

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