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2010 Heynsdyk 2500SF

Dutch car builders have always taken a unique approach to creating eye catching automobiles, as is evident by the aeronautical inspired super cars that roll out of Spyker ’s workshop. However there is a new kid in town, the new Heynsdyk 2500SF from the small independent sports car builder in Eindhoven. The 2500SF is based on the Porsche 944 platform, one of the best handling German sports cars of all time and an interesting build for the backwards engineered Porsche brand with its front engine rear wheel drive layout, and can be custom ordered to suit the buyer’s desires as a kit or even a fully finished turn key roadster.

Eindhoven offers the Heynsdyk 2500SF with up to six different power options, ranging from the base 163 HP variant of the 2.5 Liter four cylinder all the way up to a 250 HP turbocharged flame spitting piston pumper. Part of what makes the new Heynsdyk such a great performance vehicle is the sports car’s 1,980 pound curb weight, which not only allows it to go around corners quite quickly, but also accelerate from 0 to 60 MPH in only 6 seconds and reach a top speed limited to 155 MPH.

Source: Diseno Art


6 comments:

This was truly an eye-catcher. The concept was good. The exterior was good and very classical. It’s cozy and nice.

I like the style of aeronautical inspired, and the classic and mixed with a unique idea.

The exterior does not appeal on me. I wonder why the car is not a spacious one since it is a roadster. By the way, the top speed of the car is quite great having 250 HP. Hmm. I did not see any after-market version of this one. I think they already killed this car.

the style of this car looks so old school but luxurious and sporty. Also, despite having a vintage look, it still is faster than other old school style cars.

that’s a mouth-watering roadster, looks so classy and elegance. i hope someday i’ll have a chance to drive it and push it to it’s limits.

I like the look of the car. It kinda looks a little bit old school yet the front looks very modern. I wonder how it can perform on the tracks though and I wonder how much is the tag on one of these things.

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