The birth of a new British car company named Eterniti Motors has been on the horizon for some time, but it'd be fair to say that the world's motoring press hasn't taken a lot of notice until now - the first images of the new Eterniti Hemera "Super-SUV" prototype have surfaced along with the news that it will produce a remarkable 620 bhp and have a top speed of over 180 mph. When production begins in 2012, Eterniti aims to become a boutique luxury carmaker and the new Hemera has as much emphasis on a "limousine-like" rear cabin, with twin reclining rear seats, iPads and a drinks chiller, as it does on its dynamic 4x4 driving experience. Does it look familiar?
Boutique luxury carmaker Eterniti Motors is a London-based manufacturer of prestige performance automobiles. The company's first offering is named the Eterniti Artemis - a remanufactured Porsche Cayenne that will compete against the new SUVs from Bentley, Lamborghini and Maserati in the luxury SUV segment. The engineering prototype went on display today at the Auto China 2012 international motor show in Beijing.