Eterniti, a new ultra-luxury SUV manufacturer based in London, has revealed the new Hemera will cost from £150,000 in the UK. The new SUV is based on the Porsche Cayenne model Turbo but has been given a complete revamp...
Eterniti, a new ultra-luxury SUV manufacturer based in London, has revealed the new Hemera will cost from £150,000 in the UK.
The new SUV is based on the Porsche Cayenne model Turbo but has been given a complete revamp including one of the most distinctive front end features of the new Hemera,its wide front-grille.
Since the first concept car was revealed earlier this year, Eterniti has added all new exterior panel work, except for its roof and window frames which remain the same.
As the Hemera is a luxury vehicle its interior is very high quality. It includes two rear seats that come equipped with temperature controls, two onboard iPads and keyboards (as standard) and there are also many other features that can be customised to the owners liking.
The production model of the Hemera features a 4.8-litre twin turbo petrol engine, which is also featured on the Cayenne model. This engine returns a massive power output of 600hp.
The new Eterniti Hemera was assisted in its development by an Alastair Macqueen lead team, who were responsible for the development of the Jaguar XJ220 supercar.
This new SUV will be unveiled at the Beijing Motor Show in April 2012, but was first unveiled at the Frankfurt Motor Show back in September 2011. Though an exact date of release has not yet been announced it is expected to be somewhere around the middle of 2012.
Eterniti itself is the subject of much speculation in the industry. It announced its arrival in August 2011 with a series of teaser videos but its ownership is still unknown.
Prices for the new Eterniti Hemera will start from £150,000.