Eterniti Motors, the automotive industry's latest luxury car brand, has been shrouded in mystery since its first press release less than a month ago. However, the 'boutique carmaker' has now revealed its intentions to release the world's first super-SUV after an official unveiling at the Frankfurt International Motor Show later this month.
A prototype of the Eterniti Hemera will showcase new levels of luxury, space and performance according to the brand. The super-SUV will feature a limousine-like rear cabin with twin reclining seats, iPad capabilities and a drinks chiller. Although this means passengers could relax while being chauffeur driven, Eterniti claims that the Hemera is also capable of 4x4 ruggedness and dynamic performance.
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The Hemera is reportedly based on the Porsche Cayenne and will feature a ‘repackaged interior, carbon-composite body panels and additional performance’. Production will start in 2012 with deliveries appearing soon after.
The Eterniti engineering team is being led by Alastair Macqueen, winner of the Le Mans 24-Hour race with Jaguar and Bentley and the man responsible for developing the iconic Jaguar XJ220 supercar. Former F1 driver Johnny Herbert is also part of the development team.
The company says it will be based in London with a showroom, production facility and service centre.