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Interlagos concept car by Wide ID

Interlagos concept car by Wide ID

Interlagos concept car by Wide ID

Interlagos concept car by Wide ID

Interlagos concept car by Wide ID
Make Willys
Model Interlagos
Concept year 2008
Production year -
Engine 2.0 litre 16V

The Interlagos concept is the work of

The Interlagos was a sports car sold in Brazil in the 1960s
João Paulo Cunha Melo and Felipe Guimarães Coelho at Wide ID. The Interlagos is a modern interpretation of a sports car sold in Brazil during the 60's.

The original Willys Interlagos was an authorized copy of the legendary Renault Alpine. During the 1960's over 800 units were produced in three forms, berlinetta, coupe and convertible. The Interlagos name was taken from the famous São Paulo racetrack.

Using modern technology, like 3D modeling software, Wide ID kept in mind the proportions and basic shape of the original Interlagos, while at the same time up-dating the construction methods, ergonomic layout and safety features.

Following the ideals of the original car which was intended to be a low price sport car, the new Interlagos has been designed to accommodate readily available Renault components produced in Brazil. A 142 horsepower, 2.0 litre, 16 v, four-cylinder engine mated to a six-speed manual gearbox sends power to the rear wheels.

Wide ID are currently seeking to bring the Interlagos back to the streets, and have registered the trade mark Interlagos name, as well as creating detailed packaging models and production cost estimations, and identifying potential suppliers and a market position.

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