or 6 sequential, RWD
||135 - 143
/ 1100 lbs
VStorm from Six-River Racing is a mid-engined sports car based
on a unique modular chassis design that can accept a number
of powertrain packages. Designed using advanced CAD techniques,
the chassis of the Six-River Racing VStorm is a hybrid construction
unit that uses a combination of a spaceframe style tubular structure,
and stressed steel panels to provide a structure that is both
stiff and light in weight.
The central driving position of the VStorm gives the driver
a better sense of road position and a superior field of vision.
The two passengers sit slightly further back and on either side
of the driver.
In developing the VStorm the designers and engineers worked
together to create a car which was both stylish and effective
on the road. It was important to achieve a balance that gave
equal thought to safety, style, practicality and performance.
The computer aided design of the VStorm meant that many of the
engineering and production problems could be sorted without
time consuming real-world development.
The suspension setup of the VStorm consists of double unequal
length wishbones and inboard aluminium coil over dampers at
the front. Double unequal length wishbones operated by pushrods
and bell cranks with rear aluminium dampers centrally mounted
across the differential feature at the rear. The braking is
handled by 265 mm discs and 4 piston Wilwood calipers at the
front. At the rear are disc brakes with lightweight alloy calipers
incorporating the handbrake mechanism.
Dimensions and Specifications of the Six-River Racing VStorm:
- Wheelbase 2590mm
- Width (front) 1540mm
- Width (rear) 1508 mm
Similar and related vehicles:
Six-River Racing Sonic7
Six-River Racing Rocket
Related Links: Six-RiverRacing.com