After a development phase lasting just 20 months, and a successful application for European short-production-run approval, the period from 2009 to 2012 saw the production and delivery of 153 Artega GT. The Artega GT continues even now to delight enthusiasts, and has won a place among the world’s best-known sports cars.
Some specialist magazines have even earmarked the Artega GT as a “future classic”. Owners from Germany, Switzerland, Austria, Italy, the Netherlands, Belgium, France, Japan, Mexico, Malaysia and China are all equally fired up by the incredible driving experience that possessing this very special vehicle entails.
The knowledge and skills gained from this extraordinary project have created a unique worldwide combination of expertise in many areas. The long list includes electronics, electromechanical and mechanical systems, kinematics, on-board network architecture, electric traction, simulation techniques, active and passive safety, innovative materials, lightweight construction, road testing, validation, homologation and type-approval, project management and small-scale series production.
This wide-ranging bundle of know-how is now also available to external customers.