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Discussion in 'Auto News' started by FT-1, Jul 12, 2018.
Aston Martin stuck the running gear of the Vantage S into the Cygnet.
... they can!?
Amazing that how Aston's engineer's were able to fit the huge motor in such a little car and still leave room for pedals and seats.
Ummmm. Looks like a clown car.
I think it's cool that Aston even still acknowledges the Cygnet was a thing, let alone going to all that effort.
RC F V8 in an Aygo? Yes?
The engine bay is in fact the TARDIS.
Say what you want about the Cygnet but this is awesome.
TS050 Hybrid drivetrain in a Corolla. Wouldn't be too far off the GT300 Prius.
If only there were more cars like this. More utterly, gloriously stupid cars like this.
That actually sounds pretty amazing! It makes me think of other crazed hatchbacks like the Toyota Aygo Crazy, Renault Clio V6, or the VW Golf W12 Concept.
There's often a couple of Cygnets in the Aston dealership in Wilmslow near me, they're expensive little blighters. This one is insane, I imagine it's twitchy with that short a wheelbase.
The SHOgun is a classic favorite. I owned one...
... of the Festiva '89 4-speed base models.
Imagine seeing this at a drag race
It’s almost as fast as a C63 or M3
Oh my God, a city pocket-rocket with a massive V8 jammed in it's nose. What's not to like?
It would be on my wishlist if it weren't a one-off...shame.
Meh...needs two transversely mounted W12s.
Maybe they could do a twin engine Cygnet. They crammed a V8 under the hood, maybe they could find room behind the seats. They've already ripped out the back seats.
Really the only logical thing is to have the front wheels driven by a twin-charged W16 and the rear wheels driven by two twin-charged W12s mated together a la Cizeta V16T--probably not enough room for 32 cylinders in the rear...
This is the kind of car i would find in Gran Turismo 4 and think "this thing exists in real life?"
They should offer Cygnet owners this conversion.
This deserves a Forza horizon 4 appearance, possibly as dlc
Now they have the excuse to have a V8 option for upgrades
BMW needs to make an i3 with the 7 series' twin turbo V12
When I saw that first photo, my first thought was, "hey, it's a Smart car".
My reaction about this car. Can i have 10 Cygnus V8? I would probably crash one of them driving it at the limit.
I would love to see this in Gran Turismo Sport.
I like it!
Reminds me of something out of the early Burnout series.
Roughly how much are they asking these days for them?
The're usually around £30k up, but I have seen "cheaper" ones for around £28k. The last one I saw in Wilmslow was around £32k IIRC.