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Salica GT

Salica GT

Salica GT

Salica GT

Salica GT

Salica GT interior

Year 2008
Engine 3.5 litre V6 twin turbo or NA
Transmission 6 speed manual RWD
Max speed

190 mph (claimed estimate)

0-60 mph 3.2 seconds (claimed estimate)
Horsepower 500 bhp (twin turbo)
weight 1025 kg / 2255 lbs

The Salica GT from Bristol, England based Salica Cars is a mid-engined sports car and the first model from the manufacturer. Salica Cars are better know for modifying and upgrading Noble sports cars.

Two engine options are available for the Salica GT. Buyers have the choice between a normally aspirated 3.5 litre V6 developing 400 bhp, or a twin turbo 3.5 litre V6 which makes 500 bhp. The engine is mated to a Graziano 6 speed manual transmission with a choice of three final drive rations. A 6 speed sequential transmission is also available for racing use.

The chassis of the Salica GT comprises of a three-section space frame chassis. The front and rear sections can be detached allowing easier access for maintenance.

The bodywork of the Salica GT is formed from fibreglass, although a lightweight carbon fiber option is available. Designed to be a convertible with a hard top. The one piece, lightweight roof can be detached from the car and stowed under the rear clam within seconds. The refitting of the roof takes a similar amount of time and both operations can be carried out by one person.

Inside, the Salica GT is equipped with a range of luxuries which can be tailored to suit the buyer. From leather and carpet, to Alcantara and carbon fibre. The custom designed seats are available in GRP or carbon fibre. The interior design provides for a recessed handbrake, the centre console houses the radio, heater controls and starter button, whilst the dashboard contains all of the important instruments in an easy to read layout. traction control and ABS are available as an option.

The Salica GT is also available in GTR and GTC forms. The GTR is a race-prepped version offering up to 550 horsepower, and is fitted with an FIA approved roll cage, plumbed in fire extinguisher, electrical circuit cut-out, air jacks and centre lock wheels.

The GTC version is available as a conversion of a noble M12/M400 or as a new build. This is powered by a 460 hp 3.0 litre V6 connected to a Getrag 6-speed manual.


Similar and related vehicles:
Noble M14
Noble M15
Noble M400
Noble M12 GTO
Noble M10









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