Has anyone seen this thing in flesh or is it just an ancient mythical legend, like the monster of Loch Ness?
|Engine type||V8 Turbodiesel|
|Displacement||6.6 l (403 ci)|
|Power||669 ps (660 bhp / 492 kw)|
|Torque||1424 Nm (1050 lb-ft)|
|Power / liter||101 ps (100 hp)|
|Transmission||6 speed manual|
|Layout||front engine, rear wheel drive|
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FastestLaps 1y ago
benedekpuskas 1y ago
this is a real factory, but I don't know how many they have sold.
From Top Gear:A cursory web search reveals Trident has been “almost ready” to start selling cars since the early Noughties. Bought out in 2005, the last press release it issued touted the imminent availability of the Iceni, but that was almost three years ago, and we could find no evidence of any cars having been delivered to customers. So, fully expecting the company to have folded, we called the number on Trident’s website, which looks as though it hasn’t been updated since 2006.
FastestLaps 1y ago @benedekpuskas
I was annoyed because I just created this list: https://fastestlaps.com/lists/top-most-powerful-diesel-cars
And Audi V12 wasn't #1, but some obscure concept car. Although I am tempted to delete it, maybe it really does exist. They do seem to have a brand new website and offer test drivers. Hmm....
benedekpuskas 1y ago @FastestLaps
Yeah, I saw their new website too, it's promising, maybe they try again selling cars
Braziliancarguy 9m ago
Trident is a gum maker in my country lol