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Thread: 2014 Rossion Q1 | Indy Blue over Black & Tan | 6-speed | $83,930

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    Default 2014 Rossion Q1 | Indy Blue over Black & Tan | 6-speed | $83,930


    Gator Motorsport is pleased to offer you this gorgeous one-owner 2014 Rossion Q1 (chassis #72) in Indy Blue Metallic over Black/Tan two-tone Leather/Alcantara interior. The original MSRP was $114,106. The Q1 comes with a Ford Racing 3.0L Duratec twin-turbo engine producing 475bhp and 400 lb-ft of torque, AP Racing 4 piston calipers with cross slotted rotors, and Koni SP8 shocks. The Q1 accelerates like a bottle rocket. It weighs 2,600lbs and can reach 0-60mph in 3.3 seconds and power arrives flat, even, and controlled, yet wildly ascending, and with a deep exhaust note!

    We originally delivered this vehicle to its first proud owner in June of 2014. The vehicle then stayed in Indianapolis and we serviced the car during his ownership. We inspected the vehicle, changed the oil/filter, and flushed the brake fluid on 05/13/2015 at 1,772 miles. In July of 2015, the vehicle was traded back to us on a new Lotus. We then inspected and sold the car to the second and most recent owner who has cared for the car since. The most recent owner is a well versed Noble/Rossion owner. The type of owner any enthusiast would like to buy a car from. Always garaged and when driven, put on a rack and properly wiped down. The most recent owner is trading this car on a new Lotus Evora 400 and has only driven the car 869 miles since he took ownership and has since installed several nice upgrades. He installed an oil pressure gauge, fire suppression, front and rear tow hook, rear carbon fibre ducting, APR Carbon Fibre rear wing, Carbon fibre canards, and a front splitter. Overall, this car is extremely clean and ready for a proud new owner!

    Vehicle comes with a custom clear bra on the front, side sills, and rear quarters. The vehicle saw very little track time with the first owner and was used on a few private track day outings and has not been tracked by the second owner. Both owners were very particular and meticulous keeping the car in pristine condition at all times. The Kenwood head unit offers Navigation, sat radio, bluetooth, hands free and streaming capabilities. This vehicle is well appointed and stands out amongst many other exotics that cost hundreds of thousands more. If you can handle the power, it is capable of leaving many other exotics in the dust. With a V6 twin-turbo producing nearly 500hp and 400 lb-ft of torque, you must be an experienced driver if you wish to utilize 100% of the power. If you like the thought of being in an exclusive club and one that offers pure thrills, the Rossion Q1 is for you. It's quite comfortable to drive on the highway or open road and can carve corners like no one's business on the track. Due to its limited production numbers of less than 100 Q1's produced, there's an incredibly small chance you'll spot another Q1 on the open road. Well, there's really no chance unless you're at a car show! This vehicle has not seen any body or paint work. Vehicle comes on a clean West Virginia title VIN # MVIN353401IND, two wireless key fobs, and a full tank of fuel!

    Please consider this an invitation to visit Gator Motorsport! If you have any questions or wish for more information about this vehicle or any other vehicle, please do not hesitate to call Brian Henry or Phil Wehman @ 855-428-6767 or email sales@GatorMotorsport.com



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    What is the snorkel looking thing coming out of the rear clam?

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    cold air intake

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    Quote Originally Posted by gafernandez View Post
    cold air intake
    That's what I figured when I looked at it as well, but does anybody know if that is actually in the flow or not? I am guessing, based upon the shape of the car and by how high wings have to be to have an effect on this car this may be less efficient than the stock route on the Rossion.

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