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Next Great Italian Sports Car? Vygor n.01 Coming Next Month

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On: Mon, Oct 3, 2011 at 4:03PM | By: Chris Weiss

Next Great Italian Sports Car? Vygor n.01 Coming Next Month

Ferrari. Lamborghini. De Tomaso. Pagani. Italy has a history of sexy sports cars like no other country in the world. So we're cautiously excited for the newest one. Italian newcomer Vygor has teased a new Italian sports car with an image and a rather cryptic press release. The car will debut next month.

Vygor uses plenty of buzz words in its press release, words like "emotion" and "art", but doesn't really say a whole lot about what its car will be all about. The best we get is "a unique work of art challenging the road with proud eyes, the body sinuous like a feline and the elegance of a dream...an emotional car, like a windblow in the skin, like a thrill of sudden pleasure which takes your breath away...and unleashes emotions..."

Like we said, not a whole lot is said.

Vygor goes on to promise a thunderous engine full of adrenaline, which certainly makes our ears tingle. More telling is the teaser picture, which shows a nice flowing set of LED headlights. However, from what we're seeing, the rest of the front-end looks all kinds of off. Are those massive, ovular air intakes or do we need glasses? The hood also looks a little flat and dull for an Italian sports car—more SLS, less Pantera.

On the plus side, it doesn't look like any other car we can think of, so it should be original if not attractive.

No word on what the adrenaline-filled engine might be, or any other real details for that matter, so we'll have to wait a couple weeks. It's scheduled to be unveiled on October 10.


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