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Veritas isn't showing any signs of slowing down. Nor should it, with a lightweight supercar packing 500 horsepower or more. The niche automaker just recently unveiled the final production version of its open-top RSIII roadster at the Salon Privé in London, but according to the latest reports, the German upstart is not about to stop there.
The RSIII roadster is powered by an uprated V10 pulled from the BMW M5/M6, and is available in either 500 or 620-horsepower specifications. Veritas will only build 30 examples, but an additional 30 coupes are planned as well, with an eye on "markets like the Middle East, where they need air conditioning." And the plot thickens even further with word that Veritas is reportedly working on a sport-utility as well. Little details are known on the SUV, but Veritas reportedly wants to cradle a small aircraft engine in a carbon fiber body for a package that promises to give Spyker's long-time-coming D12 Peking-to-Paris SSUV a run for its money.
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