Bowler EXR-S All-Terrain Supercar To Be Auctioned Off

With an estimated sale price of anywhere between £95,000 and £115,000, this supercharged Bowler EXR-S will be auctioned off at the Silverstone race circuit on Friday May 20th.

This 2015 car is ‘Chassis no.1″, making it the very first of just three right-hand drive examples, which boosts the exclusivity factor.

It has only been driven 480 miles (772 km) which means that it hasn’t even been properly broken in yet, though we’d imagine this isn’t the type of vehicle you ease into after you purchase it, not with those 550 BHP on tap.

Speaking of performance, the EXR-S is built on a hydroformed Range Rover Sport chassis with an integrated FIA roll cage. The previously mentioned 550 BHP come from a 5.0-liter V8 supercharged engine, which is also good for 625 Nm of torque (460 lb-ft).

In a straight line, it will need just 4.2 seconds in order to hit 60 mph (96 km/h), whereas the top speed sits at 250 km/h (155 mph) and is electronically limited.

Other major technical specs include the 6-speed automatic gearbox with paddle shifters, the 50/50 permanent four-wheel drive system, double wishbone, fully independent front & rear suspension, bespoke Bilstein dampers, Eibach progressive springs and the 6 pot caliper Brembo brakes.

Inside, you’ve still got some nice comfort-oriented features like the leather detailing, dual climate control, and the Pioneer audio system with Bluetooth and iPod compatibility.

Hit this link to find out more about the car and the Silverstone Auctions May Sale.


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