Roding Roadster stages massive improvement
There's no word as to what's under the hood, but we're guessing the machine still relies on the same turbocharged six cylinder as its predecessor. That means buyers can expect around 300 horsepower, which should be enough to get the 2,100-pound lightweight to speed in a hurry. Last we heard, Roding planned to unveil a production version of the car this year, but it's beginning to look as if we won't see the final version until 2012 at the earliest.
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