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Ron Automobile is a recently launched Mexican company with big plans for the future: it wants to develop high-performance vehicles that will make quite a sensation on the market. The new model is called RXX and today we have the first images of it.

According to the first details released by the company, the RXX will be a super-lightweight sporty two-seat sports car built on an aluminum chassis. It will feature a carbon-fiber body and an interior built from the same material. This combination will ensure high rigidity and stroke sensations, but will also help to deliver a low center of gravity.

As for the car’s exterior language, it will be a combination between "sensual curves and angled panels."

The model will be a road-legal car and will be offered in three different configurations: RXX, RXX-S and RXX-R, each of them offering a different level of power and equipment.

Ron announced it is also preparing a model inspired by the Lotus Seven. It will be called R7, but unfortunately it is still in the prototype construction phase zero.

  • 2014 Ron RXX
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Caterham Seven 620 R

2013 Caterham Seven 620 R High Resolution Exterior
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Talking about the RXX’s competitors can be a little bit difficult when we have no specifications, but we do know there are lots of two-seater models out there to choose from. The latest one was announced by Caterham and it is called Seven 620 R.

It is powered by a 2.0-liter Ford Duratec engine that develops 311 horsepower and 219 pound-feet of torque. With this output the 620 R will sprint from 0 to 60 mph in just 2.8 seconds and will go up to a top speed of about 155 mph.


2014 KTM X-Bow GT High Resolution Exterior
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One of our favorite two-seat track-inspired cars is, of course, the KTM X-Bow. It combines a great look with the right amount of power required by this type of car.

The latest version of the X-Bow is the GT. It is powered by a 2.0-liter TSFI four-banger that produces 281 horsepower at 6,400 rpm and 309 pound-feet of torque at 3,200 rpm. The X-Bow GT can sprint from 0 to 60 mph in just 4.1 seconds and up to a top speed of 143.5 mph.

Source: WCF

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Automobile Ron Mexico is a newly established Mexican company whose mission is to develop high performance vehicles with a team of professionals from Mexico.


2014 Ron RXX Exterior
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It will be the flagship model cars RON Mexico, its concept being a super lightweight sporty two-seater in tandem configuration with a unique ultra modern and not leave anyone indifferent with a chassis made of aluminum, fiber body and interiore carbon offering high rigidity and stroke sensations in their management seeks to bring to the heart of the common people the experience of formula 1 with a dizzying acceleration and a low center of gravity communicating the driver each part of the curve for the pleasure of the seeking a dynamic handling and pure.

The body is a balance between sensual curves and angled panels that give it an exotic look desired upper elite sports.

Although you can legally drive on the streets has an egocentric personality RXX placing the driver in the car center, significantly improving your vision compared passenger.

It will be sold in three versions:

RXX. RXX-S,-R will be differentiated RXX finish, equipment and power.

2014 Ron RXX Exterior
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Cars in Mexico Ron ripped offering activities in the R7 Limited a vehicle inspired by the legendary Super Seven this vehicle is currently in the prototype construction phase zero.

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