Talk about supercars and the majority of people will likely think about manufacturers such as Bugatti, Ferrari, Lamborghini, BMW, Mercedes-Benz, and so much more. We can observe that a lot of the upcoming releases from these brands sport angular features and aggressive styling. While everyone else wants sharp form factors, Eadon Green opts to embrace the curves that make performance cars so sexy.

Introducing the Zeclat, a powerful machine embellished with fine curves that incorporates classic influences with advanced automotive technology. This touring-ready coupe takes you on a nostalgic trip to when aero cars were all the rage, which was back in the 1930s. Although its detailing may not appear contemporary, the carbon-nano-composites, aluminum, and carbon fiber components integrated into its construction prove otherwise.

Despite the Art Deco-inspired outer shell, the modern vibe of its cockpit heavily mixes influences from the past and future and establishes its own signature. Moreover, the hand-stitched leatherwork flaunted within is sourced from Bridge of Weir, a Scottish company founded in 1905 that produces some of the finest leather money can buy. Furthermore, the infotainment system is compatible with both Android Auto and Apple CarPlay.

Roaring from within its engine bay is a 6.2-liter Chevrolet LT1 V8 that supplies 460 horsepower and 465 pound-feet of torque. For those who want more visceral control, a 7-speed manual transmission can be requested instead of the standard 8-speed automatic gearbox. We also know you’re going to love the customization option to mix and match the exterior and cabin colors.

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