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2007 Fisker Artega GT Coupe

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Former Rolls Royce boss Klaus Dieter Frers and a team of auto-industry experts have developed the new Artega GT Coupe. The car, which will be officially unveiled at the upcoming Geneva Motor Show, is roughly the same size as Volkswagen’s small Polo hatch. It measures just 3.95m in length and 1.87m wide, and with a height of only 1.18m, is no taller than a Lamborghini Gallardo.

The car’s lines were penned by none other than former Aston Martin designer, Henrik Fisker, while its running gear was developed by former Porsche technical designer Hardy Essig. Under the hood is a 3.6L V6 engine borrowed from Volkswagen that develops 300hp, enough to propel the Artega to its 270km/h top speed. Production will start in November this year at a plant in Delbrueck, Germany, with sales expected to begin in the middle of next year.

The creators hope to sell the car in markets as diverse as the US, Eastern Europe, Japan, Asia and in the Middle East, however, sales will be limited to Germany initially. Only 500 units will be constructed per year, and according to Auto Motor und Sport, it should sell for roughly €75,000.

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inca un teaser


Germany’s alternative to the sports car establishment

The new car brand Artega® is set to unveil a close-to-production prototype of its debut model. Artega®’s aim is the development and production of small-series sports cars that break the mould. Artega® was the brainchild of engineers in the development department at paragon, the globally successful electronics supplier based in Delbrück, in the German state of North Rhine Westphalia. The company’s mission statement commits it to providing a convincing and sustained demonstration of both all-round automotive expertise and a passion for sporty cars.

Artega® and the Artega® GT represent a new beginning, with no brief to bring a historical brand back to life and no nostalgia agenda. The challenging, international setting of the Geneva Motor Show makes this a fitting venue for the first public unveiling of both brand and car.

The new Artega® GT combines the emotional appeal of a high-performance sports car with the defining attributes of a sports tourer. The development of the car hinged on four priorities:

A distinctive design language. Renowned designer Henrik Fisker has created proportions with an unprecedented purity: broad, flat and compact. Given its restricted dimensions, an interior brimming with efficiency comes as something of a surprise. There is room inside the car not just for two adults, but also their luggage – and even a child seat can be integrated as an option.

Agility, driving dynamics and safety. The key parameters in the development of the Artega® GT were lightweight construction and rigidity. A generously sized aluminium space frame teams up with a body made from carbon fibre-reinforced composite materials to ensure an impressive power-to-weight ratio. High-quality components sourced from the Volkswagen Group and a rear-engined arrangement make for top-class performance. The V6 powerplant with a direct-shift gearbox and a specially developed inverting stage was built into a compact module made from high-strength steel tubing. Active driving dynamics aids are an integral element of the GT, while exceptionally effective crash boxes protect the occupants in the event of an accident.

Touring suitability. The development engineers attached great importance to creating an occupant-oriented package. A wide variety of stowage areas and two luggage compartments exceed the usual boundaries for a car with these dimensions. The key to this extraordinary spaciousness was the decision to mount the engine horizontally in the rear of the car.

Controls. The expertise of the electronics specialists at paragon opened the door to a wide range of innovative control and driver information systems. With its groundbreaking new sensor switch panels and the unique dual-indicator speedometer/rev counter instrument, paragon’s all-new interior ambience represents a significant standout feature of the new Artega® GT.

By the end of 2007 a state-of-the-art production facility will be constructed in Delbrück for the Artega® GT and other potential models. The new location will bring together component manufacturing, final assembly and a brand and sales centre, allowing the brand to meet the broadest possible range of customer specifications.

The new Artega® GT is no show car. It documents the nascent brand’s intention to lay down a range of models which are designed for the long term and can secure it a place alongside the major manufacturers. The target group for these small-volume cars is a select band of enthusiasts who value ideas which step outside the norm and are therefore unlikely to be satisfied by large-series models.

Artega® aims to enrich the sports car world rather than providing extra competition.
Technical data: the Artega® GT sports touring car


aluminium space frame, tubular frame-type rear module in high-strength steel


carbon fibre-reinforced composite material

Dimensions (L x W x H):

3950 mm x 1880 mm x 1180 mm

Kerb weight:

approx. 1100 kg


V6 with direct injection


3597 cc


300 hp (221 kW) at 6600 rpm


350 Nm at 2400 rpm

Power-to-weight ratio:

approx. 3.6 hp/kg


six-speed direct-shift gearbox with inverting stage

Acceleration 0 – 100 km/h:

under five seconds

Top speed:

over 270 km/h
Artega. The history.
The idea.

paragon AG is a successful direct supplier to almost every major car maker. Based in Delbrück in the German state of North Rhine Westphalia, paragon develops and produces cutting-edge electronics technology such as control and display components, climate control and car media systems. Now paragon CEO Klaus Dieter Frers (54) is looking to broaden the company’s profile beyond that of a supplier to become a development partner in the motor industry. This change of role will require paragon to showcase its extensive systems expertise. Frers’ idea: to create a new car.
The incentive.

In order to demonstrate genuine expertise, the new model will need to be built in series. Frers’ concept: a high-performance sports car – rear-wheel drive, lightweight and powerful – that is both visually dramatic and practical, and contains innovative instruments and control systems supplied by paragon. Back in 2003 he presented the idea to legendary car designer Albrecht Graf Goertz, the creator of the BMW 507. As coincidence would have it, the first car Goertz designed was called the “Paragon“. His advice to Frers ran along the lines of: “There are things in life that have to be done“. For Frers, this car is one of them.
The expertise.

Frers is what you might call a “car guy“. His father was a plant manager at NSU, while Frers himself is a qualified engineer, keen racing driver and car collector. His new car will have to meet the highest standards. Frers knows what paragon can deliver, of course, and for those areas beyond its reach he has cast the net further afield. At the 2006 Geneva Motor Show, for example, he struck an agreement with renowned designer Henrik Fisker, and the wind tunnel at the University of Stuttgart has been used for aerodynamics work. The engine and transmission for the new car, meanwhile, were sourced from the Volkswagen Group. The result is a harmonious whole of exceptional quality.
The aspiration.

The aim is to help shape the future of the automobile. This new project is not about bringing an old brand back to life, but creating a new one. Artega® embodies the commitment of its founders to producing something totally new, free from the shackles of the past. A spin-off of paragon, Artega® is no small-scale workshop outfit but a maker of high-performance sports cars using industrial processes. Initially, annual production capacity at the specially constructed factory in Delbrück has been set at 500 units, while a brand centre will also be built on the site. The Artega® GT will be the first car produced as part of a long-term model strategy.
The end product.

The Artega® GT is not intended to create competition for existing sports cars. It will form a niche of its own, set apart from both small-scale exotica and volume manufacturers. The Artega® GT exudes emotional appeal, power and innovation. Despite its unusual proportions – compact, flat and broad – it offers an astonishingly high level of practicality, and the broad use of lightweight construction techniques ensures outstanding performance and impressive efficiency. The Artega® GT combines all this with an innovative paragon interior to create a quite unique new sports car for devotees of automotive innovation.

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Artega GT Coupe @ Geneva

frumoasa masina, a se vedea grija pentru detalii (manerele geamurilor), mi se pare mie sau seamana pe undeva cu Porsche cayman?

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Hai ca m-a spart cu maneta pentru geamuri !!!  :roflmaofast: :roflmaofast:   :lol: :lol:



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The idea for developing the Artega GT can be considered the "dream order" for a highly motivated team: to develop an extraordinary sports car with entirely unique special accents quasi as calling card of the internationally successful electronics supplier paragon AG. The Artega concept was to establish a totally new brand, and the team's commission was short and to the point: driven by enthusiasm for sporty cars, demonstrate total competence for automotive development. A mission whose realisation called for what turned out to be four major development focus areas:

Design: extraordinary form language

The renowned designer Henrik Fisker succeeded in creating proportions of 3950 x 1880 x 1180 mm (L,W,H) for the first time in this constellation and consequence, namely: broad, flat, and compact. A powerful and elegant front characterised by flowing lines, a low unique windowed greenhouse of a body in highly individual arched form and a classy curve as transition to the beefy rear end all lend the body its striking personal appearance. The uncramped interior surprises despite the vehicle's extremely compact design. Two adults not only have plenty of room, but there's also space for much more than just the most necessary luggage. Even a child's seat can be integrated if desired.

Design features: agility, driving dynamics and safety

The major development parameters for the vehicle body were lightweight design and rigidity. A generously dimensioned aluminium spaceframe in connection with a body made of carbonfibre reinforced compound materials thus ensures a top power-to-weight ratio. For reasons of efficient space utilisation, ideal weight distribution and the best possible traction, the high-grade drive components of the Volkswagen Group are installed as rear engine traverse to the direction of travel. The 3.6-litre V6 is the ideal drive for a vehicle of this class. Along with the highly praised and well-tried direct-shift gearbox, the engine is mounted in a compact module made of highstrength steel tubes. The backs of the comfortable sports seats fold back to make loading easier. Especially effective crash modules as well as a steel side-collision protection as essential features of the passive safety system protect the passengers with front and side airbags in the case of accident. To ensure a maximum of active safety, the Artega GT design integrates state-of-the-art driver assistance systems, such as ASP (Artega Stability Program) such as the electronic stability program ASP (Artega), ABS and the traction control TC. Just as in other super sports cars, four different drive programs can be selected at the Headunit: Normal (ASP with early intervention, TC on), Sport (ASP with later intervention, TC on), Race (ASP off, TC on) and Off (ASP off, TC off).

Fitness for travel: a "sensible" amount of room despite sports car dimensions

In designing the body and interior of the car, great care was taken to consider the needs and comfort of the occupants. The generous amount of space compared to the extremely compact overall dimensions, numerous convenient interior places to put things and two separate luggage compartments (one behind the seats and the other under the front hood) are exceptional for a car this size. Such storage conditions were made possible by the engine's transverse installation in the rear. Although the Artega GT provides phenomenal handling performance and drive capabilities, the chassis fine-tuning ensures that comfort in no way comes too short. Even long trips will be savoured in happy memory by the driver and passenger - and even if the top cruising range provided by the optional 80-litre tank is fully used.

Operation: paragon makes driving easier, more pleasant, and safer

The competence of the electronic specialists at paragon AG has provided comprehensive innovative systems for operation and driver information. One of the primary concerns of the Artega idea is to prove their benefit in the Artega GT.With innovative sensor buttons and the unique dual-pointer dashboard for road speed and engine speed, paragon offers a novel ambience as a significant, distinctive attribute of the Artega GT.These features are emphasized by a plaque with the inscription "Cockpit systems from paragon" in the interior of the vehicle.

Technical specifications

    * Frame: Aluminium spaceframe
    * Rear module: tubular space frame made of high-strength steel
    * Body: carbon-fibre reinforced compound material
    * Dimensions (L x W x H): 3,950 mm x 1,880 mm x 1,180 mm
    * Kerb weight: approx. 1100 kg
    * Luggage compartment capacity: 300 litres (225 behind the seats, 75 in the front)
    * Engine: V6 direct-injection
    * Displacement: 3597 ccm
    * Transmission: six-speed direct-shift gearbox
    * Acceleration 0 - 100 km/h: less than 5 s
    * Maximum speed: more than 270 km/h

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oare trebuie sa ma aplec sa ma uit la displayul ala, nu am mai vazut asa ceva pana acum , sau poate are o oglinda pe podea




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o masina frumoasa ,interesanta ca alcatuire si asemanari! mie mi se pare ca la interior e o combinatie porche-vw golf-audi!




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faruri de carrera gt pe o fata de Ferrari f430 cu un spate care duce spre lotus europa



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si marea majoritate a unui bord de golf pe o masina care costa 75k. nu prea intra.


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