2012 CCG automotive customGT


2012 CCG automotive customGT. The basis for this ambitious project is a powder-coated tubular space frame that is in the U.S. and re-engineered (homologated) and fine-tuning made ​​here in Germany. The outer skin is made of either fiberglass or carbon fiber composites and toned makes of specialists in the U.S. CCG adaptations of the body and optimizes them for the increased requirements. The result is a pleasantly low weight, depending on equipment that weighs just 960 kg and 1,040 kg.
The engine is an optimized V8 from General Motors, which has its origin in the Corvette, one of the most recognized U.S. car icon. Thanks to its fine tuning, produces the 7-liter engine up to 550 hp/405 kW and shouts his joie de vivre of exhaust pipes, which are as thick as a man's arm. The performance of the engine reaches the rear wheels via a manually operated six-speed manual transmission, which was expanded for use in the customGT. Coilovers are designed and tailored to the 7-post rig suspension from KW provided. They make sure to keep the car safely on the sidewalk and provide the necessary grip in curves and on the racetrack. Countless test miles on the Nordschleife of the Nürburgring and the Hockenheimring brings extensive development work to a full circle.
The perfect look and feel dominate the interior. A mixture of black leather and Alcantara as well as tools "borrowed" from racing give the interior the look of a sophisticated command center. Besides the outer appearance, the whole interior and the engine to the needs of the clientele are cut. Many important and vital components of this vehicle come from German companies and thus, besides the actual production of the vehicle in Germany, it also carries the label "Made in Germany".
But that's not all: At the request of the CCG equipped two-seater with an LPG (Liquefied Petroleum Gas) and converts the vehicle in a rapid 300 km / h, ultra-lightweight eco-supercar. "The engine concept was specifically designed for LPG use. LPG is a fuel, exhaust emissions reduced to a minimum and the availability is widespread in many stations. What is more, it is "light on your wallet." The average fuel consumption of the customGT is 15 to 20 liters of gas per 100 kilometers. This corresponds to 50 cents per liter of gasoline, only 7.50 € to 10.00 € for 100 kilometers, "said Tom Gerard, head of the CCG automotive GmbH
2-seater sports car with mid-engine, tubular frame of 45 FE-steel (material to FIA Standard), double wishbone, KW suspension, spring-damper units with performance tuning for street and / or track and multiadjustable sport made stabilizers. Two-circuit brake master cylinder with a balance beam and MOV'IT 6-piston calipers 370 * 35 mm in the front / four-piston calipers fitted
342 * 28 mm on the rear axle, Teflon-coated stainless steel flexible brake lines.

With double-turbocharged engine power reaches 740 hp More than a simple modification: V8-cylinder Aluminium GM 7.0l, 550 hp / 405 kW at 5,800 RPM, 605 Nm / 4,700 RPM
The maximum speed: 320 km / h (199 mph).
The volume and type of engine: 0 cm ³ 7 liter V8
Engine power: 740 hp 544 kW N / m / min.
Acceleration to 100 km / h: 3.3 sec.
Drive: RWD
Power density: 726 hp / tonne 1.38 kg. at 1 hp


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