Breckland will launch it own limited-edition 400 bhp two-seater Beira supercar on June 9 in London. The car will go on sale in November at a price of 70,000 euros.

Breckland Beira supercar to debut next week
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Beira is built on General Motors’ Kappa steel architecture. Under the hood there is the same LS2 six-liter V8 engine found in Corvette and Pontiac GTO models. The Beira is designed to run on Liquefied Petroleum Gas as well as petrol.

The Beira will make the 0 to 60 mph sprint in less than five seconds and will hit a top speed of 155 mph.


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issabendeck1  (9) posted on 06.13.2012

ak 47 ricer lover feels envi coz GM makes the most wanted best universal engine ever, you feel so bad that you want GM to make something new ,, your asking too much man ,there is no way GMs biggest seller engine is gonna be put a way , specially now that the LS series engines are been earning market specially in the super car builders segment

AK47  (1024) posted on 06.4.2008

Less than 5 seconds means basically 4.8 to 4.9 seconds. With a top speed of 155mph, how exactly does that make this a supercar?

And stop with the damn LS variants. Can’t GM come up with a new engine for once?

AK47  (70) posted on 06.4.2008

nice looking supercar with a good price

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