Endora's new renderings of the SC-1 show off some new designs for the sportscar.
We have previously seen some sketches of the new Endora SC-1 and now we have gotten a hold of some realistic photo renderings of the sports car. These two new photos of the production version vary a bit from the blue and gold concept photos we saw last month. Endora CEO Bjoern Marek has taken plenty of feedback from prospective buyers and fans from the SC-1 concept into the production version. He recently remarked on the new renderings: "The new pictures show the SC-1 without partially covered rear wheels."
Marek continued: "This is our reaction to requests coming from potential customers and the media, asking to see the Endora with a more exposed wheel arch design. But there's no need to worry for fans of the first horizontal design, the rear of the production model can be bought in both versions - giving the customer the chance to make this decision for himself." Three engine types will be available for the SC-1: a 6.2-liter aluminum V8 engine churns out 437hp and 424lb-ft of torque, a 7.0-liter V8 engine that puts out 512hp and 470lb-ft of torque and a flagship supercharged 6.2-liter engine that blasts out 647hp and 604lb-ft of torque.
Endora is offering both manual and automatic transmissions for their engines. They include a six-speed manual transmission and the six-speed automatic will have a paddleshift option on the petite V8. No pricing or availability information has been released at this time.