eadon green zeclat modernizes the 1930s style of the aero cars

eadon green zeclat modernizes the 1930s style of the aero cars

sculpted in the style reminiscent of aero cars from the 1930s, the eadon green ‘zeclat’ car may look designed to smoothly drive along country lanes, but in actual fact, it was born for high performance. to demonstrate this, a naturally aspirated 6.2 liter V8 engine delivers 460 hp and 465 lb-ft of torque to accelerate it from 0 to 60 mph in 3.6 seconds. furthermore, the car, which was unveiled at the geneva motor show 2018, offers two adjustable driving options; select sport mode for the races, and select tour mode for distance traveling.

all images courtesy of eadon green



in spite of its performance capabilities, the eadon green ‘zeclat’ still evokes a comparison with cars of the past. simple and elegant lines shape a low, curvaceous form that can only be described as a modern masterpiece. its modernity continues as the vehicle is composed of an aluminum and carbon-nano-composite panelled chassis, as well as a lightweight carbon fiber bodyshell. this material, and also the aero-style, is present in its interior. here, the standard cabin adorns hand-stitched leather that is surrounded by an interspersing of the carbon fiber and polished aluminum detail work.







  • How beautiful! How impressive! How much cost?
    Probably too much.
    The era from which they drew the design concepts was far too quickly abandoned. It’s about time carmakers start making cars again. Too bad we won’t see many of these.

    James says:

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