Video: Savage Rival Roadyacht GTS Ready for Action

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The GTS will be going into production next year with the convertible variant to follow soon after.

First revealed at the beginning of the year, the ambitious Netherlands-based startup is progressing nicely with their striking Savage Rivale Roadyacht GTS, a car that hopes to kick-start the four-door convertible supercar segment. As it edges ever closer to production, a wonderful promo video has been released featuring a concept prowling the millionaires' playground that is Monaco. The clip shows how future owners will make best use of their ultra-exclusive four-seater Gran Turismo.

It's been confirmed that the Roadyacht GTS will debut at a major auto show in the Middle East some time in 2012, but for now Savage Rivale are working on the convertible roof system.

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Book orders are open for the drop top variant and three customers have placed firm orders. One is for a special track-only 'GTR,' which will be lighter thanks to a host of carbon-fiber elements and feature a more powerful engine. Just 69 GTR models will be built and the first will be shown to customers this February. The road-going Roadyacht GTS will use a high-performance 7.0-liter LS7 V8 engine from the Corvette Z06, producing 601hp and 553lb-ft of torque. A top speed of 205mph and 0-60mph sprint time of 3.4 seconds has been reported.

Savage Rivale plans to start deliveries in early 2013, and a new Nurburgring record for a four-door car will be attempted sometime next year using their uniquely-designed car.

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