litre, 4 cylinder
speed manual (4 auto optional)
bhp @ 6,000 rpm
kg / 2160 lbs
PGO Hemera was unveiled at the 2008 Paris Motor Show - fitting
due to the fact PGO is a small-scale French manufacturer. The
model is based on the same multi-tubular chassis as the company's
previous models, the Speedster II and Cevennes.
In the words of PGO: "the PGO HEMERA is a mix of a coupé
and a shooting break. Elegant,
refined, with its dazzling design and distinct urban style".
The styling of the PGO Hemera's composite moulded bodyshell
is heavily influenced by classic Porsche models, especially
at the front where the resemblance is more than fleeting. At
the rear the characterful design is original, but also a little
odd, not ugly, just unique.
Powering the lightweight, diminutive Hemera is a mid-mounted,
140 horsepower, 2.0 litre Peugeot-sourced engine coupled to
a 5 speed manual gearbox (a 4 speed auto is optional). This
drivetrain gives the Hemera a 0-62 mph time of under 7 seconds,
and a top speed in the area of 125 mph.
The interior of the PGO Hemera is extremely well equipped for
a low volume manufacturer and features among other things; leather
seats and trim panels, air conditioning, CD/MP3 player, tracker
and immobiliser, electric mirrors, remote central locking, adjustable
steering column, sports steering wheel, and full dash instrumentation.
Similar and related vehicles:
PGO Cevennes Turbo-CNG
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