Endora SC-1: details, photos and specs

Article by Christian A., on May 20, 2011

While many will argue that the global market has no use for a new supercar, the story excites us nevertheless. Enthusiasts will be more intrigued as the Endora SC-1 will reinvent the look of American and European sports cars produced in the 60s and early seventies.

The German company that worked on this project took inspiration from the Chevrolet Corvette C6. The Endora SC-1 features a long hood, high-intensity-discharge headlamps and LED-fog lights in the front, two rear LED taillights, and a black painted diffuser that houses the back-up- and fog-lamps.

The coupe will be powered by a 6.2 liter Aluminum V8 engine that delivers 437 hp and 424 lb-ft (574 Nm) of torque. A more powerful version will be created. This will be powered by a V8 engine that can deliver 512 hp and 470 lb-ft (637 Nm) of torque from its 7.0 liters.

The range-topping model will get a supercharged version of the 6.2 liter V8 that will produce 647 hp and 604 lb-ft (818 Nm) of torque to the rear axle. Its engines are coupled to a six-speed-manual gearbox as standard.

Offered as an option for the smallest V8 is an automatic transmission with six gears and paddleshift. The SC-1’s suspension is made from cast aluminum upper and lower control arms, transverse-mounted composite leaf springs and monotube shock absorbers on all four ends.

Fitted as standard equipment are an electronic traction control and the Active Handling-system that checks the driving dynamics. It also comes with a standard set of 19 inch alloy wheels in the front and 20 inch rims in the back. The 20 and 21 inch rims are optional.

Press Release

Endora SC-1 – A Classic Sports Car-Design with modern technology

Presenting the brand-new SC-1 Endora-Cars® Germany proves what might be the best synergy of dynamic, elegance, individualism and lifestyle yet.

Dynamicly flowing body lines, a sporty sketched silhouette with a distinctive swing – the SC-1 picks up the looks and values of contemporary american and european Sports Cars once built in the sixties and early seventies and skillfully reinterprets it into the presence.

The Design
In its body shape the SC-1 among other things looks about the concept cars once built in the fifties, sixties and early seventies. Modern and timely interpreted without being too „retro" the SC-1 stands out due to its sharply patered front, holding high-intensity-discharge headlamps and LED-fog lights, a long engine hood, an upward designed belt line including a dynamicly shaped swing and a flowing rear end mit its extremly horizontally positioned back window.

The rear of the SC-1 houses two LED-taillights, optically accentuated through the black body part on which they were positioned. Below the beltline one can find an also black painted diffusor that contains the back-up- and fog-lamps.

A very special design cue is found on the side of the SC-1: Here a part of the body is formed in a contrasting color that somehow reminds of a design detail used on the classic sportscars once built in the fifties.

An amply dimensioned front spoiler not only lets the SC-1 be visually more to the ground, but also delivers a better compacting pressure to the front axle. Under consideration of all these details the car forms a harmonically designed, almost breath-taking entity. Uniqueness and polarization has a name – Endora SC-1.

The Technology
Under its flowing body lines SC-1-owners can trust on the modern technology of the current sixth generation of the Corvette. Therefore customers will get their Coupé equipped with a 6.2 Liter/376 ci Aluminum-V8 (437 hp, 424 lb-ft) already as the basic configuration. The second step in matters of power would be another eight cylinder, this time developing 512 hp and 470 lb-ft of torque out of its 7.0 Liter/437 ci engine. The top-of-the-line model will feature a supercharged version of the 6.2 Liter/376 ci V8, that will deliver an impressive 647 hp and 604 lb-ft of torque to the rear axle. Every engine is mated to a six-speed-manual gearbox, while an automatic transmission mit six gears and paddleshift is optional for the smallest V8.

The burned gasoline will be removed by sidepipes that end directly prior the rear wheel openings. The suspension of the SC-1 consists of cast aluminum upper and lower control arms, transverse-mounted composite leaf springs and monotube shock absorbers on all four ends. An electronic traction control is as standard as the Active Handling-system that monitors the driving dynamics. All Endora SC-1 will be delivered with 19 inch alloy wheels in the front and 20 inch rims in the back. As an option there will be 20 and 21 inch rims available.

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