2023 Author: Eric Donovan | [email protected]. Last modified: 2023-08-25 09:36
The small company Fuoss is based in the Swabian town of Balingen-Ostdorf and will soon have a special offer. The Fuoss 01, which is approved for use on public roads, will be launched in 2009 after a “tough development program”, as it is called.
After almost five years of development and test work, the Fuoss 01 will hit the streets at the beginning of the next. The single-seat vehicle is powered by a 43 hp, 400 cubic centimeter Suzuki engine, which can accelerate the 300 kilogram vehicle to 145 km / h. Thanks to the low center of gravity and direct steering, the single-seater should be very enjoyable to drive. Disc brakes front and rear, as well as a sequential 5-speed gearbox are further details of the vehicle.
With five liters over 100 kilometers
A convertible top was omitted. an individual painting should be possible according to customer requirements. However, the planned small series for 2009 will only allow delivery of only ten vehicles.
A class B driving license (formerly class 3) is required for the registered sports vehicle. Favorable tax rates and insurance premiums as well as a fuel consumption of less than five liters per 100 kilometers determined in test drives are supposed to keep the maintenance costs of the vehicle on offer for 29,000 euros low, according to the manufacturer. (AG)
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