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Lebanon Frem F1 supercar to be revealed at the 2009 Detroit Show


A supercar from Lebanon? and it’s premiering in the U.S.?! Welcome to the global market. Of course you never heard about it. Unless you know David Frem, a Lebanese student at American University of Science and Technology, who is the proud designer.

Lebanon Frem F1 supercar to be revealed at the 2009 Detroit Show

Frem wants to compete with models from Ferrari, and he’s off to a slow start. The Frem F1 is built with a 2.0-liter 16v four-cylinder engine sourced from Volkswagen and a transmission from Audi. This combination should be good for a top speed around 125 mph. But it does come with some nice luxury options like xenon lights, reverse parking camera, navigation system and a glass roof. The fiberglass body is only 10 cm off the ground for better stability and traction.

Source: Yalibnan


8 comments:

Just wanted to clear something up, this is NOT Lebanon in Georgia, but Lebanon the country in the middle east.

"The front end might bare a striking resemblance to Frem’s targeted marque, but the massive upright schnoz and gaping air intakes won’t lend themselves well to European pedestrian impact standards."

The front end might bare a striking resemblance to Frem’s targeted marque, but the massive upright schnoz and gaping air intakes won’t lend themselves well to European pedestrian impact standards." Hehe tell me about it.

Why not just put a good ole american 502 in it?

Damn this is ugly, I think it was designed between a "honorific" rape and a pray ware allah was asked for death western world, anyway I won’t drive this even it is the last car on earth.

well think about it first of all its a 2.0L and second the poor guy doesnt even have a factory to build it know so its probably a good start ever body has to start somewhere

Top speed of this F1 is 125Mph ????that’s it!!!!!

lools good great for lebanon

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