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Wednesday, September 21, 2022

Mosler plus Noble supercars evolved into the Rossion Q1

~Forgotten ONE~ At least before we had ever known a series of supercars made by the American manufacturer Mosler Automotive such as the Mosler MT900S Photon, and many other cars. Well, it's been so long we've never heard again about anything new from the Florida-based automaker, so it's only natural to think that the company had disappeared such many other small sports car manufacturers ever been in the past.
The Rossion Q1 is claimed to be the highest level achievement of driving performance combined with a touch of luxury that is usually forgotten for a kind such of cars. (Picture from: CarAndDriver)
As quoted of CarAndDriver, after more than a quarter century of building wickedly fast automobiles, Warren Mosler has sold off the assets of his company to RP High Performance another startup in 2013, which has also previously purchased Noble Automotive's exclusive production rights to manufacture the M12 and M400 sports cars in the United States under different names in last February 2007.
The Rossion Q1's bodywork built on a lightweight body frame so that the car's total weight is under 1,250 kg. (Picture from: CarAndDriver)
This new American-based company is a joint venture of two entrepreneurs named Dean Rosen and Ian Grunes, whose imported the South African–built Noble chassis, then mashing their names together became the Rossion (pronounced ROSS-e-yon) marque. Besides it has exclusive production rights of Noble Automotive, the new company plans to use Mosler's expertise in composites and lightweight construction to aid production of its first company's model called the Rossion Q1 and add additional models in the future.
The Rossion Q1 has a number of mainstay features including a satellite navigation system, power mirrors, luxurious handcrafted interior lining and a high quality sound system. (Picture from: CarAndDriver)
The company's first car-made was built at its own facility in Cincinnati, Ohio, and introduced it in July 2007. The Rossion Q1 built based on the platforms of the Noble M12 and M400 combined with a dramatic design and comfortable interior to produce an alluring supercar to drive either on the road or on the racing track.
The Rossion Q1 is powered by a twin-turbocharged 3.0-liter V-6 Ford drivetrain which has power of 450 hp and 400 lb-ft of torque. (Picture from: CarAndDriver)
For this reason, the automaker applies a lightweight body frame so that the car's total weight is under 1,250 kg. Off course this makes its twin-turbocharged 3.0-liter V-6 Ford drivetrain which has power of 450 hp and 400 lb-ft of torque capable of catapulting it from rest to 60 mph in just 3.2 seconds, and then this car can achieve a top speed of 185 mph. 
The Rossion Q1 is capabled to accelerate  from rest to 60 mph in just 3.2 seconds, then can achieve a top speed of 185 mph. (Picture from: CarAndDriver)
The company claimed that the Rossion Q1 is the highest level achievement of driving performance combined with a touch of luxury that is usually forgotten for a kind such of cars. Furthermore, this Rossion's sportscar is made for automotive lovers who want a car with optimal performance and a world-class driving experience with a number of mainstay features including a satellite navigation system, power mirrors, luxurious handcrafted interior lining and a high quality sound system.
At that time the Rossion Q1 would only be produced in limited numbers with the standard model priced at $69,000, while the full-featured model was priced at $90,700. Unfortunately, until now how many the Rossion Q1 ever made, as well as its population todays. Besides that the automaker company seem to have disappeared from the global automotive business arena, there's no more its official sites and might be it had defunct.😢 *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | ROSSION SUPERCAR | ROADANDTRACK | CARANDDRIVER | GATORMOTORSPORT ]
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