Dutch students Justin de Boer and Emile Pop their ownbuild supercar the Savage Rivale Roadyacht GTS. The first-scale prototype was revealed at AutoRAI in Amsterdam and made its world debut at the Top Marques Monaco Show in April.
The designers put in a retractable hard-top which can open or close in just 20 seconds. Built lacking B-pillars and having a two-tone paint job, the car is meant to have taken inspiration from luxury yachts. Body panels are made from carbon-strength, and the frame is built from chrome steel. Inside, the driver is treated to a pleasant arrange of alcantara, aluminum, and carbon-backbone. Meanwhile, the floorboard is made from teak coppice, which will look interesting if left unupholstered. Although usually worn on yachts, and, hence care with the liner topic, a lighter-power things possibly could have been preferred for the floor if some form of flooring will traverse it up.
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The Savage Rivale Roadyacht GTS regardless based on the Corvette, it comes equipped with a supercharged LS7 V8 engine that’s good enough for 670HP at 6,200 rpm and 538 lb-ft of torque at 4,800 rpm launching the four door hardtop cabrio from zero to 100km/h (62mph) in just 3.4 seconds and on to a theoretical top speed of 330km/h or 205mph. Power is transferred to the rear wheels through GM-sourced automatic gearbox. The car burden is still relatively low at 1,280 kg. Custom-made Tenzo 19-inch are wrapped in Toyo T1R tires. Braking is provided by DBM, with eight-piston and four-piston monoblocks, gripping 380mm or 355mm discs.
Companies lending their assistance to the predict includes Eindhoven, Netherlands, based Motio development, who aided with the 3D modelling. Komplot Mechanics complete the foam moulds, while Rep-air Composites helped with the body panels. Steel juggernaut Corus provided equipment for the framework. Pop and de Boer expect to produce 20 units of the Savage Rivale Roadyacht GTS.