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Supasse V to make its debut at Tokyo Motor Show

Submitted by on October 13, 2009 – 9:09 pmNo Comment


The Supasse V is a new Japanese sportscar which will be premiered by its manufacturer at this year’s Tokyo Auto Show. Supasse is kit car manufacturer that usually specializes in Lotus Seven based models. The Supasse V is a mid-engine two-door two-seat coupe, about the size of a Lotus Elise. The power of the Supasse V comes from a 2.3-liter turbo engine taken from a Mazda3 MPS that develops 272 hp. The power output is quite respectable if you take into account the fact that the Supasse V weighs only 850 kg.

As far as the design of the Supasse V goes, the manufacturer went for a supercar look, with wing doors, large bonnet vents and an imposing rear wing.

The car should go on sale sometime in the middle of 2010, but prices have not yet been disclosed.
Source: LeBlogAuto via: Zercustoms

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