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Sunday, September 8, 2019

All-new Malay supercar waiting to launch in the next 2020

Apparently the euphoria of making supercars does not only occur in the established automotive technology countries such as in Europe, America, East Asia or South Asia, but also extends to Southeast Asia. As we have seen since a few years ago countries in Southeast Asia also began to build their respective supercars.
Bufori CS production car set for 2020 debut. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2jVPGwZ)
History has recorded that in 2013 Indonesia been pioneered the creation of an electric powered sportscar in the region through the Selo sportscar model. Then followed the Philippines made its first super car, named the FAA Aurelio in 2014.

Next there's Singapore which started building Vanda Dendrobium, an electric powered supercar in 2016. But all the supercar or sportscar models mentioned above may only have reached the concept stage only and then never been heard again their existences till now.
Front view of Bufori CS prototype car. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2jVPGwZ)
Now it's Malaysia's turn, which is also rumored to be preparing its first supercar. Yes, through an automotive company headquartered in Kepong, Kuala Lumpur named Bufori Motor Car Company (BMCC). The car whose entire production process is carried out domestically, has the name Bufori CS, and is ready to launch early 2020 (actually the car has been designed since ten years ago).

From its exterior form, at first glance this Malay supercar has a look that is somewhat unique and unlike most supercars. The Bufori CS design is designed as a two-door coupe with curved body that at first glance make it look like a classic coupe.
Right side view of Bufori CS prototype car. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2jVPGwZ)
Dimensionally, Bufori CS has a length of 4,555 mm, width of 1,950 mm, and wheelbase of 2,620 mm. With a front grille that is made larger and resembles a beehive. Then the body curves and details on the back of it similar to Toyota Supra or BMW Z4. And the entire body structure of the car is supported strongly on a lightweight monocoque chassis made of Kevlar carbon composite.

In its cabin, Bufori CS uses the Sabelt CF racing seat, and is equipped with a 7-inch infotainment screen. The details of this cabin look very similar to the Fiat Chrysler, this is seen in the gear shift lever is very similar to the Jeep and the center console and the AC is similar to the Chrysler 300.
Engine view of Bufori CS prototype car. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2jVPGwZ)
Holds status as a supercar, making its mechanical composition was not kidding, even Malaysians call it a monster car. It's reasonable, because for the highest version, the Bufori CS8 uses a Chrysler V8 6.4L Hemi Supercharged engine, which is capable of spewing power up to 750 horsepower and peak torque of 1,000 Newton meters.
Interior anf dashboard view of Bufori CS prototype car. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2jVPGwZ)
Whereas on the standard variant uses a 2.6L naturally aspirated V6 engine that offers power of 320 horsepower. And reportedly later after being produced, it is possible that Bufori CS will be installed the turbocharge devices so the amount of power spewing able to increase up to 500 hp.
Rear side view of Bufori CS prototype car. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2jVPGwZ)
Then those engine is mated to an eight-speed automatic transmission system, thus making the supercar reportedly able to accelerate from zero to 100 kph in just 3.5 seconds, while the maximum speed reaches 320 kilometers per hour.

To strengthen its premium car impression, Bufori CS applies a 19-inch multi-spoke rim combined with the Brembo's braking system in contrasting colors. 

To maintain control and safety when driving, Bufori also embed electronic braking force features, electronic balance system, adaptive cruise control, lane keeping support, lane departure warning, blind spot monitoring, rear vehicle alert, reverse camera, and 2 airbags.
The plans, the Malay supercar start on sale in 2020. However, there is no official information from the company regarding the selling price to be offered. However, Bufori CS will most likely not be more expensive than the Japanese or European made supercar of the same-class. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | BUFORI | PAULTAN]
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