Earlier this year in March, PGO showed off a new car called the Cévennes that had some interesting mechanical bits underneath the smooth styling of the classic Porsche 356 Cabriolet. It's pretty difficult to be taken seriously as a car manufacturer if your company doesn't even have its own body design, and PGO looks to rectify that situation soon at the upcoming Paris Motor Show. It is also pretty difficult to distinguish any real details about the new Hemera's looks from the teaser photo, except to see that it has what appears to be a rather upright windshield and a "shooting brake" style profile. It is definitely a two-door coupe and it likely has rather sporty dimensions, including a very short wheelbase. Underneath that bodywork is expected to be the same 1.6-liter four cylinder engine that offers up 150-horsepower and can run on compressed natural gas. Expect about 35 miles per U.S. gallon and a range of 280 miles or so, if this mystery car ever goes into production.
[Source: Channel 4]