Vuhl, a Mexico-based automaker, announced last Tuesday that they will launch a supercar in the upcoming Goodwill Festival of Speed this July. Dubbed as Vuhl 05, the so-called supercar is described as a road-legal lightweight car engineered for the track.
More About Vuhl 05
Nothing much has been revealed about the Vuhl 05, but the press release stated that its suppliers are known brands such as Magna Steyr, Ford, and Multimatic. Furthermore, its handling was engineered in the United Kingdom, while its body and chassis will be built in Canada and the Adman Leku plant in Mexico respectively.
There were also claims that Vuhl 05 was the brainchild of brothers Iker and Guillermo Echeverria, while its design was penned by their design agency Etxe. Meanwhile, its investors include private donors and the Mexican government.
Vuhl is an acronym for “Vehicles of Ultra-lightweight and High Performance.” Its European headquarters is located in Luxembourg.
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