2011 Bufori Geneva Sports Car Videos
Bufori Motor Company presented at the Geneva Motor Show its most awaited model, the Bufori Geneva. The model was officially launched by the founders themselves Bufori, Anthony Khouri, George and Gerry Khouri Khouri at a press conference during the Geneva Motor Show. In the Motor Show, the company unveiled the name, formerly known as Bufori MKVI.
The Bufori Geneva was named after the Geneva Motor Show where it was unveiled in 2011. The Geneva model draws heavily on the company's other offerings like the La Joya and CS for styling inspiration. Except whereas the La Joya and CS are more geared towards sports and touring duties, the Geneva is an opulent limousine.
The Bufori Geneva combines leading edge technology with well-proportioned chassis that exudes presence and style. Made of Hybrid Carbon Fibre and Kevlar which is infused with Vinylester resin, the BUFORI Geneva features classic design elements with long running boards, integrated bi-xenon headlamps, and LED rear lights. The Bufori Geneva is powered by a thoroughbred 6.1-litre V8 engine, producing an impressive 430hp and 586Nm of torque.
The interior design team of the company has endeavored to create a relaxing environment, combining traditional and modern materials such as leather and wood. The center console is completely customized to the needs of most demanding owners. Some of these features include a set of tea with boiling water and a sink, coffee maker or even an ice box. An integrated thermal box and mini bar and champagne glasses, a security safe for valuables or a cigar humidor.
The monocoque chassis is made of the Geneva Bufori carbon fiber of the highest technology, as well as Kevlar, which is impregnated with vinyl resin. This innovation gives a stronger structure, while it reduces weight and gives greater structural rigidity. The Bufori Geneva is the first sedan in the world to commercially use these materials. The combined use of the highest quality materials and components increases the overall durability of the vehicle that is literally built to last for generations. The chassis of the Bufori Geneva, for example, is made with high quality stainless steel, corrosion-resistant.
The Bufori Geneva engine is powered by V8 6.1-liter engine that generates an output of 430hp and a torque of 569 nm. A hemispherical combustion chamber allows the valves are angled rather than side to side. This feature significantly improves power. This is transmitted to the rear wheels travez of an automatic transmission and a limited slip differential. The acceleration from 0 to 100 km / h in under 6 seconds and reach a top speed of 260 km / h.
To provide a more comfortable and safer handling, the model will have ABS, electronic brake force, brake assistance, traction control, steering angle control and cruise control.
You will have a thermal cameras in the bumpers. When activated, you can recognize pedestrians and objects up to 300 feet away and displays them on screen. Bufori Geneva production is scheduled to begin in June 2010 with the first units shipped before year end.