A newly-formed Russian coach builder named E-Go is apparently hard at work on their first offering, and the little Russki brand we've never heard of is aiming high. They're supposedly building themselves a sports car and naming it the E-Go Revolt. Precious little is known about the platform they're basing it off of other than it's Mitsubishi in origin. But, we've deduced from the automaker's claim that it will sport a 3.0-liter twin turbocharged V6, the car is likely built off the 1993-1999 Mitsubishi 3000GT. Not a whole lot of other cars from the diamond-triumvirate-branded automaker fit that bill. That engine, E-Go claims, is pumped up to 550 HP and mated to a six speed manual. So when's it going to be out?
No idea, but
if when completed, the car will sport the handsome and aggressive bodywork you see in these renderings along with an active air suspension, 19 inch wheels, six piston caliper brakes up front with four pistons in the rear and a steering wheel-mounted touch screen LCD to act as the control center for the car. This may not be the first sports car from the land of the ice and snow, but it certainly is the most attractive we've seen from any automaker this side of the Iron Curtain. It's most definitely not as bad-looking as it's name might suggest. [Cardesign.ru (Translated)]