The Huet Brothers have decided to quench our thirst for old classics

While the mention of style and functionality might bring to your mind several names of modern day cars, but when it comes to beauty, elegance, and class, you and I both know we would prefer to go retro than modern. The Huet Brothers know exactly how to tantalize those tastebuds of ours, and after enticing us with limited quantities of the Triumph TR6 that they rolled out several years ago, they are now busy developing a fixed-roof coupe design that is likely to be a true blue classic.

The car is likely to pack a 3.0-liter inline-six of unspecified origin – presumably BMW – mated to either a six-speed manual or seven-speed dual clutch transmission. So equipped, the drivetrain is said to be good for 306 horsepower, an anticipated 4.3-second run to 62 mph and a 155 mph top end. A 2.0-liter, 204-horsepower diesel four (with six-speed manual or automatic) is also scheduled to be available for a 5.6-second sprint. Needless to say, it sounds to me like a mix of the beauty and gorgeousness of the classics teamed with the functionality and modern day appeal of the present.

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