DiMora Motorcars has announced two neoclassic-ally designed cars.
DiMora Motorcars, the Neoclassic Automobiles Subsidiary, has just announced two new models said to be close to production. The models were designed to be a "fusion of 21st century technology with classic 1930's elegance and flair defines a new niche in the American and global automobile markets." The first model, called the Adina Sportster, is a classically designed model with current power.
It runs on a GM-sourced LS3 V8 engine with an output of 431hp. A removable hard-top along with lamb's wool carpeting give the Californian company's car some unique style. "We are building everything from the ground up, from our new state-of-the-art chassis to innovative body technology. With our new Alurock composite method of building bodies, our cars will be lighter but stronger than ever before. These limited-production automobiles will be unique, but also serviceable around the world by any GM mechanic tech, making it convenient for our customers," said DiMora Motorcar boss Sir Alfred J. DiMora.
The second model goes by the name Vicci and can be equipped with either an LS3 powerplant or a more powerful Corvette ZR1 LS9 engine, rated at 638hp. The latter is paired to either a six-speed manual or automatic transmission, with a four-speed automatic apparently available as well. The Vicci's modern touches complement the old-school gearbox, with a carbon fiber dashboard, diagnostics-displaying stereo system and paddle-shifters all affixed to the neoclassic car.