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Monday, 19 January 2009

Zolfe presents its first vehicle, the Orange

Some cars are good to drive. Some other, fantastic. The difference between them is a simple recipe: low weight, high output engine and great dynamics. This is what the British company Zolfe has attempted to do with its newest product, the Orange.

Orange uses a Duratec 2.3-litre engine, the same one used by the previous version of the North American Ford Fusion, but with a higher output (185 bhp, instead of 162 bhp). It also weigths only 700 kg. Only prices could be a little lower. It will cost 27,500 pounds. Production could also go beyond the 30 units that will be produced every year, but that will be up to demand to decide.

Source: Zolfe via Motor Authority

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