This is the Artega GT, a dinky, German mid-engined sports car designed by Danish legend Henrik Fisker. If you are wondering who this guy is, then you need to do your homework more often about the designers of the best cars in the world. Henry Fisker is not only responsible for many of the current Aston Martins like the DB9 Volante but also (you better remember this now) for the BMW 645i and Mercedes AMG SL55 based Fisker Latigo CS & Tramonto.
If the rumoured new Ferrari Dino looks half as good, the motorin world would go into meltdown.
Coming to the car in question, Artega GT is a two-seater sports car. Equipped with a VW-derived 3.6L V6, power comes in at around 300hp. While that might sound like a relatively modest output, standing at less than four feet and measuring 13 feet long plus 6 feet wide, the GT weighs in at just 1,100kg, which means it’ll hit 62mph in just under five seconds and not top out until 169mph.
All geared up to hit the roads by next summer, this sleek coupe will sell for 75,000 euros (approx $104,000). Come into the beautiful world of Artega.