The Dubuc Super Light Car is the name of a Canadian firm and the company has just introduced a pretty impressive car that goes by the name Tomahawk. The Dubuc Super Light Car plans to debut the Tomahawk during the 2014 Montreal Auto Show in mid-January, according to a Dec. 10 report from Motor Authority.
Dubuc Super Light Car has introduced a rather unique sports car in the Tomahawk. It is a lightweight mid-engine kit car that looks like a high-end sports car, although it weighs less than 910 kg. According to Motor Authority's report:
"The basic package, which consists of a complete rustproof body and frame, costs $19,995 and requires only the installation of mechanical components. This enables a completed car to be built in around 250 hours for a skilled individual, which Dubuc boasts is significantly faster than for most other kit cars on the market. The total budget, using parts sourced from a retired automobile (ideally a C4 Chevrolet Corvette), could be as low as $30,000."
Dubuc Super Light Car's Tomahawk also features a variety of sporty components, including doors that open at a 75-degree angle.
Although the total cost to get a complete Dubuc Super Light Car is pretty reasonable, if we consider that what we get is a beautiful super-lightweight sports car, the price becomes much more appealing.
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