Rossion Automative Rossion Q1 Production Model Available Soon, Very Soon

Rosson Q1 - Front

The Rossion Q1 will offer a great balance of form and function with racing inspired design and performance but with road car creature comforts. The suggested drive chain provides 450 bhp and 400 ft. lbs. of torque in a mid-mounted engine. The frame itself is only 2500 lbs which results in an impressive power to weight ratio.

The Q1 does 0 to 60 in 3.2 seconds and runs a 11.4 quarter mile with a top speed of 185 mph. The chassis costs $69,000 (US). Including drivetrain brings the completed cost to $90,700 (US). Orders started being accepted in July of 2007 with deliveries commencing imminently.

Source: Rossion Automotive

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  1. Zack Chases Cars

    Just a note to people wondering about these cars. Rossion is a company that used to be the North American importer for the British company, Noble. Noble is known for delivering amazing performance and almost unparalleled handling, at far less cost than comparable exotics. The cars are similar in appearance, with the same mission. Rossion actually acquired the design right of the Noble M400 and M12, which are seriously underrated and under-hyped. They do not come with a drive-train in them. They are not “turn-key” cars, if you will. The suggested motor is a 3.0 Liter, Twin-turbo V6. I think a TT VR6 Motor would be an amazing choice, based on the performance capabilities being offered by EPI, and the sound of a good V6 is incredible. You will have to find the engine and transmission/trans-axle.

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