Claiming to be a new British car company, Eterniti Motors has releasing full images of its prototype first model, which will be shown at next week’s Frankfurt International Auto Show (IAA).
However, what the company refers to as the world’s first Super-SUV, seems to be merely a coachworked Porsche Cayenne.
Eterniti claims it will bring new levels of luxury and performance to the SUV segment when production starts in 2012.
The cars will be hand-built in London, featuring a “limousine-like” rear cabin, including twin reclining seats, iPads and a drinks chiller.
Performance for the Hemera should be brisk, with more than 620bhp and a claimed top speed in excess of 180mph.