Sondergard Automotive Humble, Langeland; Denmark from 2008 to 2010
Sondergard Automotive was founded in 2006 with headquarters in Humbie on the Danish island Langeland ( South Denmark) and deals with the development and production of automobiles and CKD - kits .The brand name was Sondergard.
For two years Sondergard developed constructions based on the Lotus Super Seven and rejected them several times. Finally, in the fall of 2008, the first viable plans had been drawn up that stylistically contrasted with the Super Seven and represented a successor to it. Thus, the technicians went to the technical design and only used vehicle parts from other car manufacturers.
In the summer of 2009, the first study of the Sondergard was presented on the platform of the Pontiac Solstice , which went into production in the same year. Designed by Jesper Hermann the model was initially produced only in very small series of 300 to 500 units per year, as there was no dealer network.Production ended in 2010.
The Sondergard is a Targa sports car with a plastic body and tubular frame. With the 180 or 264 hp turbo four-cylinder engines from Audi or Opel, the vehicle comes to a curb weight of 690 kg. Engine: 4 cylinder 2.0 turbo with 265 horsepower (0 to 100 in 4 seconds)
The maximum speed should be at 250 km / h. The price is ex works at 35,000 € for the CKD kit up to 58,000 € for the finished product.
Weight: 670 kg
Length: 1850 mm
Width: 3570 mm
Height with hardtop: 1100 mm