1993 Autech Gavia
In 1993 Autech and Zagato worked together on their second car known as the Autech Gavia. It was a tuned version of the Leopard with performance modifications by Autech and a new body from Zagato of Milan.
Not much is know about the project, but the model is powered by a turbocharged VG30DETT 3.0-liter engine that produced 280 bhp. At the time is was Nissan’s most potent engine and was typically fitted in the Fairlady Z or 300ZX as it was known in North America.
The car only carries Zagato badges and a single Gavia script on the trunk. Peculiar disc hubcaps were fitted with a duct for the valve stems.
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|type||Concept / Prototype Car|
|built at||Milan, Italy|
|valvetrain||Belt-Driven DOHC, 4 Valves per Cyl w/NVCS|
|displacement||3000 cc / 183.07 in³|
|power||208.8 kw / 280 bhp|
|specific output||93.33 bhp per litre|