The Tiger Aviator is the first production vehicle to come out of the small, family-run kit car company, Tiger Racing. It is powered by its own 2.0-liter ERA-powered Ford Duratec engine that produces anywhere between 190 to 260 horsepower - with the right upgrade - and mated to a new Type 9 gearbox. This engine also comes with a Webber Alpha management and Tiger mapping system that allows it to hit 0-60 mph time in just 4.4 seconds.
This vehicle’s been around but we couldn’t believe that it fell through the cracks without much of a notice from us. But hey, better late than never, right? This is the Tiger Aviator, an advanced, road and track racer straight from the world of the Caterham 7 and the Irmscher i-SELECTRA . These three models may look the same, but there are plenty of differences that come with the Aviator, most specifically its cheap price compared to its contemporaries.
Sure, it might not be as powerful - or has an electric powertrain like the i-SELECTRA - as its contemporaries, but it does offer plenty of qualities that should make the purchase, if you intend to buy one that is, well worth the money.
And hey, if for nothing else, the car looks the part of a retro roadster that offers plenty of bite to go with all the options it comes in based on customer preference.
Details of the Tiger Aviator can be found after the jump.