Beijing auto show: Eterniti Artemis unveiled

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Think it looks much like the Porsche Cayenne? Quite right, since it's based on one. London-based Eterniti, who specialise in adding that extra dose of luxury to already exquisite automobiles have taken a Porsche Cayenne and made it much more desirable, or so they say, in the form of the Artemis. Powering the Artemis is a 4.8 litre twin-turbo V8 motor that produces over 600 bhp and 76.4 kgm of torque. As a result, the Artemis accelerates from 0-100 kph in 4.5 seconds and is capable of a top speed in excess of 290 kph – in other words, it's ridiculously fast. Oh, and those are 23 inch wheels you're looking at, so we know what Eterniti mean when they talk about 'adding that extra dose...'.   The body panels are carbon composite and are hand-built, as are the interiors which boast of the finest leather, carpeting and veneer. It's got a super high-end entertainment unit too, and needless to say, everything in the cabin is a little above top-notch. Oh, and interestingly, the car has been test-driven by Johnny Herbert (of F1 fame) who is also playing an important role in the development of the Artemis. Cars will be covered by a full two-year, 100,000-mile warranty including servicing, and UK customers will have access to finance and insurance. Eterniti's cars will be covered by a full two-year, 1,00,000-mile warranty including servicing, and customers in the United Kingdrom will have access to finance and insurance too. Currently, Eternity is setting up its showrooms in preparation for the Artemis, which is expected to go into production a few months from now.