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Aeon Sports Cars GT3 Aero Review

Friday, February 18, 2011

Aeon Sports Cars GT3 Aero

The seven piece fibre-glass body of the Aeon GT3 Coupe is supplied in white gel coat ready for painting. MIRA is a world leading vehicle testing facility based in Warwickshire, England. The bodywork of the Aeon GT3 Aero was developed with the help of MIRA's wind tunnel. The steel spaceframe chassis of the Aeon GT3 Aero (which is identical to the GT3 Coupe chassis) commonly houses a 2-litre Ford Duratec four-cylinder engine or the 2.5-litre Ford Duratec V6 engine, although other units from a variety of front-wheel drive donors can be fitted to the mid-engined Aeon.

 Keith started his career as an apprentice in a drawing office, but for the past 18 years has owned and run a company that manufactures specialist off-road, amenity, agricultural and four-wheel-drive vehicles. In his early years he built and raced karts and trials cars, and for the last 17 years has prepared cars and competed in sprints and hill climbs. John comes from an engineering background, serving his apprenticeship with the M.o.D. John and Keith have a wealth of experience between them.

 Aeon was founded in 2000 by Keith Wood and John Hewitt to design and build a three-seater track/road car. The Aeon GT3 Aero, like its hard top sibling the GT3 Coupe, has an unusual 3 seat layout with a central driving position, however the car is also available in a conventional 2 seat version called the GT2 Aero.  The GT3 Aero from Aeon Sportscars based in Kent, England, is a 3 seat kit car powered by a wide range of engines.

Aeon Sports Cars GT3 Aero
Aeon Sports Cars GT3 Aero

Aeon Sports Cars GT3 Aero

Aeon Sports Cars GT3 Aero

Year (of specifications)     2009
Engine     various inc, 1.8 Audi, duratech V6
Transmission     RWD
Max speed     -
0-60 mph     -
Horsepower     various ranging from 160 - 280 bhp
weight     -

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