British built Ultima Evolution revealed with up to 1020bhp

British own specialty marque Ultima Sports has unveiled the new Ultima Evolution Coupe and Convertible models, replacing the Ultima GTR and Ultima Can-Am models.

The Ultima Evolution comes with the already proven Le Mans Group C-inspired body shape with different improvements and modern technologies like LED lights, infotainment system with sat navi and bluetooth, as well as improved chassis.

Both the coupe and convertible are powered with Chevy V8 LS engine offered in 15 power tunes, ranging from 350bhp to 1,020bhp.

The most extreme model weighs just 950kg using the 1020bhp 6.8-litre supercharged V8, taking the Evolution from 0-60mph in just 2.3 seconds, from 0-100mph in 4.9 seconds, while the top speed is over 240mph. Power is sent to the rear wheels via Porsche-sourced six-speed manual gearbox.

According to Ultima, the Evolution takes the Ultima to even greater levels of fit, finish, quality and performance. The Evolution is a vastly improved and modernised car in every sense compared to the outgoing GTR and Can-Am.

The entry-level model can be yours from £65,995, and as with GTR and Can-Am it can be bought as a self-build kit car.

Ultima Evolution chassis

Ultima Evolution Convertible

Ultima Evolution Coupe 7

Ultima Evolution Coupe 6

Ultima Evolution Coupe 5

Ultima Evolution Coupe 4

Ultima Evolution Coupe 3

Ultima Evolution Coupe 2

 


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