McRae Enduro set for 2008 debut, road-going version to follow in '09
The McRae Enduro was created by Jimmy and Alister McRae and is currently undergoing testing by the former, a five-time British Rally Champ. Powered by the same 240 hp, 2.7-liter diesel V6 found in a handful of Land Rovers, Jags and Peugeots, the caged monster will likely find a home in the garages of wealthy Middle Easterns and private teams that will be running the one-make Pirelli McRae Enduro Trofeo.
The "S-SUV" is currently being produced in race guise and more refined, road-ready versions are likely to go on sale later in 2009 at a cost of around £100,000.
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