May 7, 2008
Seeking out for some of the most exotic classic cars in the planet is a tough job, let me tell you. It’s not the usual models we often see down the highway. These vehicles are the “endangered species” in the industry. That’s why just a few lucky people are fortunate to have one of these rides. Speaking of out of the ordinary models, I’m sure you haven’t heard about Quantum. This rare automaker has brought out one of the best classical and mean road machine, the sports car they call Exteme!
The Quantum Xtreme distinguished as a lightweight two seat sports car that is highly inspired by the world-renowned Lotus 7. The Quantum Extreme is an immensely powerful road performer. What makes it so sleek and swift? The Extreme makes use of a front engine, rear wheel drive layout based around a stainless steel monocoque chassis providing a massive degree of torsional rigidity. The name tells the real story if you can’t actually define the character of this awesome ride.
Talk about body styling and design…
It obviously embodies the real face of vintage racing with long front ends and curvacious detaling. Some of you won’t be happy with the styling, but as they all say, inner beauty is more important. And the Extreme’s heart, the powertrain, is totally a beauty to wrecken with.
Quantum provided engine options that include a 2.0 liter Pinto and 1.8 liter Zetec unit, but there are numerous options that can be fitted depending on the request by Quantum’s clients. The Quantum Extreme is apparently a reflection of Lotus’ undisputed domination in the world of manufacturing sports car.
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