Reynard Inverter: it's street legal!


O Reynard Inverter recebeu na Inglaterra a homologação para poder circular nas ruas. O processo de autorização, chamado Individual Vehicle Approval (IVA), é um conjunto de regras que determinam se um veículo pode fazer parte do trânsito, como o índice de emissão de poluentes, luzes iluminadoras, de freio e indicadoras de direção, se possui cinto de segurança, dentre outras características.

O Reynard Inverter possui três opções de motor: o 1.000 cm³ da Honda Fireblade, o de 1.340 cm³ da Suzuki Hayabusa inline-four, ou o Ford Duratec 2.0. Já que o veículo pesa somente 445 Kg, o motor de 180 CV de potência da Fireblade já pode gerar grande performance. O Inverter custa a partir 35.000 libras esterlinas, mas, caso seja desejo do cliente, pode-se adquirir apenas o chassi e a carroceria do veículo por 14.900 libras.

The Inverter is the first ever road car from Indy 500 winning race car constructor Reynard (History)

Developed by Andre Brown in an F1 spec 50% scale wind tunnel to give up to 1200kg downforce, the 440kg Inverter produces one of the highest lateral g per £ of any sportscar, with sustained cornering over 3g recorded.

Prices start at £35,000 for a track ready car including 180bhp Fireblade engine, we can supply RH & LH drive cars for race, trackday & road use, in both turnkey and kit form. Initial cars will be made available as rolling chassis + body, which will cost £14,900 on order, the balance depending on your options which can be chosen to suit your application.

It is our intention to bring about the end of one make race series, which tend towards becoming overpriced monopolies, devoid of engineering innovation, diversity, and creativity. Surely customer service is dead when spares are so overpriced and you have to buy them from a single source just to enter the race? It is our intention to go Open Source with our proven designs, so that anyone who wants to race with us can do so with full access to our engineering drawings so that they can manufacture and design their own parts if they want.

Our online store will soon have all drawings available for download, as well as the physical parts for purchase from a variety of suppliers including our existing supply chain, all competing on price, quality and customer service. Or, if you would like to manufacture and sell the entire car in your country, we are offering an official franchise package where you can buy original molds and jigs (see our Brochure).

Reynard is happy to build your car using your choice of components - please ask about compatibility.

2 seater sportscar - track focused with road legal option (IVA)
Designed to 750mc bikesports race regulations, --- US spec SCCA DSR CSR options planned
Weight : 400kg (Race) --- 445kg (Road)
Power: 180bhp (1000cc Fireblade) or 200bhp (1340cc Hayabusa) --- Duratec / Sports 2000 in development
Aero - Max Downforce: 2600lbs (1180kg) --- Best L/D configuration: 5.8:1
Width: 1.5m (minimised for lower drag - ideal for hillclimbs) --- Wheelbase: 2.4m
Top Speed: 135mph (Geared for Fireblade engine)
Tyres: Race Avon F3 Front 13x8 & Rear 13x10 --- Road Toyo Proxes R888 Front 16x7 & Rear 17x9
Bodywork: Carbon Fibre or Glass Fibre. 3 piece upper & full underbody diffuser. Front & Rear wings in Carbon.
Chassis: 55kg Stainless Steel with composite panel stiffeners to 750mc regulations. FIA chassis available on request
Safety: 6 point harnesses, aluminium honeycomb panel front crashbox & 1" side impact panels. Steering column is collapsible Ford Ka to comply with IVA regulations.
Brakes: Front Alcon 2 piston. Rear - billet machined with integral handbrake caliper
Suspension: TIG welded CDS wishbones, Nitron NTR single adjustable shocks, ALL suspension parts non-handed - ie will fit LHS and RHS to reduce spares requirement
Interior: Farringdon Dash/steering wheel. Tillett Seats. Tilton Pedals. Pingel Electronic Gearchange.
Options: Geartronics pneumatic paddle change. AIM steering wheel & logger. DC Electronics raychem wiring loom

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  1. is it better than a westfield or a radical? what about it's price? that's beautiful anyway...

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