Born from one man's obsession to win the 2000km Targa Tasmania road rally, the highly potent Skelta is now available for the UK customers. The ultra-light, super-strong Skelta is a car that leaves the factory fully charged with enough power, handling and braking to win every challenge.

Thanks to its unique body design from chrome molybdenum steel spaceframe reinforced with a centre tunnel and sidepods made of carbonfibre and aluminium sandwich, Skelta's dry weight is only 720kg. The aerodynamics are more than uncompromising, a heavily finned front air intakes, sizeable rear wing and diffuser are the clue to the aerodynamic package, which exerts 200kg of downforce at 90mph. The customers have the opportunity to choose from two available engines, a supercharged 2.0-litre 4-cylinder Honda unit with 340bhp or a 3.0-litre V8 Hartley with 460bhp – both engines drive through a Honda six-speed transmission. Through a special suspension the Skelta can be fully adjusted for track, camber, caster and toe. The Skelta is available in two versions: Spyder – a wide-bodied, open-topped two-seater and G-Force – a two-seater with detachable gull-wing targa top.

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