Eternity Artemis Super SUV Revealed

Eternity Motors, which likes to call itself London’s only carmaker has revealed production-ready Artemis Super-SUV at their 10,000 sq ft facility in Park Royal, north-west London.

The Artemis looks familiar and its not because they have copied a Porsche Cayenne, it’s because it is in fact based on the Porsche Cayenne Turbo, which the new automaker is not mentioning in the press release.

Power comes from a tuned version of the Cayenne’s twin-turbo 4.8-litre V8, which produces more than 600bhp and 750Nm of torque. 0-60mph time is 4.5 seconds and it has a top speed of 180mph.

Performance and handling have been developed by a race-bred British engineering team led by Alastair Macqueen. Macqueen previously developed production of the Jaguar XJ220, then the world’s fastest road car.

The car has a limousine-like rear cabin featuring standard-setting legroom, twin reclining rear seats with heating and cooling, iPad-ready holders, and a drinks chiller with crystal glasses.

Eternity says the car is suitable for chauffeured transport with excellent handling and driver appeal, and the ride height and ruggedness are suitable for poor road surfaces which can make limousines and conventional high-performance cars completely impractical. Not sure are the 23-inch rims really suitable for poor road surfaces…

The Eterniti Artemis is priced from £210,000 plus local taxes.

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