Wednesday, August 12, 2009

2010 Devon GTX

Devon Motorworks will unveil a mean-looking supercar this Saturday at the Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance in Monterey, California, called the Devon GTX.
The GTX will be the first vehicle from Devon Motorworks, an industrial design house. The man behind the project is Scott Devon, an entrepreneur and owner of Cole's Quality Foods, Inc., a food-service provider in North America.
The Devon GTX's voluptuous carbon-fiber body was penned by Swedish designer Daniel Paulin, with input from Scott Devon. A unique feature of the car is that its two doors open up and forward. Of the GTX, Paulin says, "There really isn't one detail on this car that doesn't ultimately contribute to its performance capability."
Rumors suggest the GTX prototype is powered by a Dodge Viper 8.4-liter V-10, reportedly tuned to 650 bhp for use in the Devon.
Devon says the first production GTX will hit the streets in early 2010, at a price of $500,000. An optional Racing Package will be available for another $25,000. The vehicles will be built at the Aria Group's Irvine, California facility. In the meantime, the Devon GTX team will reportedly head to the N├╝rburgring for an attempt at a record run on the famous Nordschleife circuit.
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(Road & Track news)

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