n2a Motors came to the L.A. Auto Show this year with ambitions of production for it’s Corvette-based cars, and now it seems the company is following through. The Anteros Coupe and Roadster are now on sale. n2a is sticking to the prices quoted late last year, so the coupe starts at $149,500 and convertible goes for $154,500. The Anteros based on the Z06 platform is priced at $176,500.

n2a Motors Anteros on sale from $149,500
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Anteros roadster and standard coupe is based on the 2009 Corvette and is powered by a LS3 V8 engine that delivers 430 hp and 424 lb.-ft. of torque (same as the standard Corvette). Z06-based coupe uses the car’s 7.0-liter V8 engine to deliver 525 to 1000+hp depending on options (including a Lingenfelter performance upgrade).

If you already like the Corvette’s interior, then the the Anteros won’t disappoint. Although n2a says that there are new leather seats, leather dash, Italian carpeting, and leather-wrapped interior panels, the lineage of the donor Corvette is unmistakable.


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pdaix  (431) posted on 02.5.2009

Felix, here is how you can spend an extra 50k on your new Z06 smiley

pdaix  (431) posted on 02.5.2009

I think this is a very job that is in the proud lineage of the old time coach builders. Great base to start from, the corvette will provide reliable and fun to drive car while the look is so much more exotic. The best of both world: the beauty and no pain.

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