25 05, 2012

Veritas RS III

By | 2017-06-11T12:53:23+00:00 May 25th, 2012|Leading Tuning Companies, Veritas|0 Comments

RAMSPEED Motors is importing the Veritas RS III Sports Cars to Australia and New Zealand Please contact us for further information and pricing: 1800 887 930 Veritas RS III Seeing it arouses desire. Driving it exceeds all expectations. Possessing it becomes a personal matter by all means. The Veritas RS III resurrects the magic of Germany's first Formula I racing car. Its design is a modern homage to its ancestor and has been combined with a state-of-the-art and powerful technology to create a unique masterpiece. The feeling of driving it is far beyond all previous experience. Some impressive 373 kW / 507 HP produce a top speed of 347 km/h and pay tribute to the moving history of Veritas. Every single Veritas RS III is handmade on-site at the Nurburgring. Limited to only 30 pieces, the super sports car becomes a very personal delight for its owner. Be fascinated by the emotion that tells more

25 05, 2012

Veritas RS III Videos and News

By | 2017-06-11T12:53:23+00:00 May 25th, 2012|Leading Tuning Companies, Veritas|0 Comments

RAMSPEED Motors is importing the Veritas RS III Sports Cars to Australia and New Zealand Please contact us for further information and pricing: 1800 887 930 The Veritas RS III Roadster super sports car, which has been presented to the public as a prototype over the past year and which immediately won the public award of "Best Super Car 2009" at London's Salon Prive, is now going into series production. However, the words "series production" are not entirely true. Firstly, the series comprises a strictly limited batch of only 30 vehicles and secondly, every single vehicle will undergo sophisticated hand production by manufacturer Vermot AG in Gelsdorf. Even before the actual start of production, five of the 30 luxury cars have already been sold - to Monaco, Australia, Great Britain, Spain and Switzerland. Eight more are reserved and over 100 enquiries have been received. In Gelsdorf, it is therefore expected that the entire edition