Eterniti Artemis arrives in showroom, costs 210,000 GBP plus taxes

by SpeedLux

The London based boutique luxury carmaker, Etertniti Motors have officially revealed their production-specification version of its first model, The Artemis Super-SUV, which was previously shown as engineering model at the Beijing’s Auto China 2012 international motor show in April. The Artemis is the world’s first Super-SUV, the term created by Eterniti for a new class of vehicle providing the higher levels of luxury, performance and exclusivity demanded by today’s wealthy car buyers. It has taken a leap forward, when it comes to the market ahead of projected luxury SUVs from Bentley, Lamborghini and Maserati.

The Artemis has a limousine like rear cabin with ample Leg room, twin reclining rear seats with heating and cooling, iPad-ready holders with electronic reveal, and a drinks chiller with crystal glasses, all this is specially satisfies the typical and growing demand for luxury particularly in the Asian Market. The Super SUV offers an excellent handling and driver appeal, and with that the ride height is totally suitable for the poor road surfaces, making the Artemis an ultimate crossover. The upholstery featured inside the car are lavishly handcrafted in Britain, which includes, finest leathers, quilted floor coverings and boot trim, lambswool rugs, veneers including natural woods, piano black and carbon fibre, also an option of starlight roof lining, all of these making it an exoctic car. The interior work has been carried out by Alan Mobberley, who was previously at Land Rover for 20 years, with responsibility for development of Land Rover interior design including the iconic Range Rover and the Discovery, for which he won a Design Council Award.

On the outside, it is as beautiful as it is inside, because the body panels are carbon composite and also hand-built, and the car has been finished in a large choice of paint colour schemes, complemented by different chrome trim styles. Ultra-low profile 315/25 tires sit on dedicated 23″ super-lightweight forged alloy rims in a variety of styles. Under the hood, the 4.8-litre twin-turbo V8 engine produces around 600bhp (441kW) and 750Nm (553 lb ft) torque, with which the car can accelerate from 0-100kph in 4.5 secs and can exceed 290kph, making it the fastest large SUV available. All thanks to race-bred British engineering team led by Alastair Macqueen for providing a classic performance and handling, and apparently the car has been test driven by F1 Grand Prix winner Johnny Herbert.

“With its 600 bhp, active anti-roll system, massive grip and controlled dynamics, I believe that this is an SUV with the heart and soul of a supercar,” says Head of Engineering Alastair Macqueen. “And with more space and luxury we think that makes it a true Super-SUV.”

The Eterniti Artemis is priced at, £210,000 plus local taxes in all markets except China, and a fully bespoke service is also offered for customers wanting complete personalization, for which cars are priced on an individual basis. So now, Stay tuned for more updates, and feel free to click through the pictures of the Eterniti Artemis.

Office workers are made up of parts of the whole, working on the project.
Vector illustration of teamwork concept. Office workers are made up of parts of the whole, working on the project.
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