1991 Art Tech Sogna. The only ones knowing about this car on Deviantart must be
The car was shown at the Geneva salon in March 1991 with the announcement of entry to a limited production for two or three years at a price of ... 1.6 million U.S. dollars per unit. Sogna creator Yamazaki christened Sogna the project name, which in Italian means "dream dreams". Today this coupe may not look like such a dream - it had his time and you can see that the vehicle still has its roots in the eighties. Front and rear look a bit like the two cars combined. Such a solution allows to obtain not only interesting but extremely aggressive look. Pugnacious back from double-sloping eyes haunted additional four exhaust pipes with internal grilles painted in red. Glass dome suspended so would act as a rear-view mirror and the image would be transmitted through the windshield display. The entire roof dome is glazed surface, which is equivalent to a line at the door that goes into metallic bonnet. There is no rear window.
The vehicle was constructed on the basis of Lamborghini Countach, a model which uses the scissor doors. The entire body has been made of aluminum. The engine is centrally located and has a displacement of 5.2 liters, generating 455 HP. The car could reach a maximum speed of 300 km/h. A production version should reach 325 km/h. Power was transferred through a five-speed gearbox to the the rear axle.
Double prototype had completed the interior, which announced Yamazaki as unique in the world. Similarly, it would be from moving car - Sogna devoid of unnecessary electronics and the latest achievements of technology was to create unity with the driver offering by the unusual and extraordinary experience of driving pleasure.
Production version was based on modified components from Lamborghini, but were counted as the engine of the two other, unspecified known, and European manufacturers. A fully functional prototype was completed and appear on the German trade fair in Essen in December and the vehicle was to be produced on the European continent. Account is taken of the three countries: Italy, Germany and the United Kingdom. The dream of a teenager is not attained, however, the ultimate fulfillment (Sogna was only one or two copies of the prototype) and the studio, Art & Tech showed even in the same year the futuristic concept of the local 4-coupe Vera... After that, nothing was heard from them anymore.
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