The VLF Automotive is a new American-based automotive company. It started in 2016 and come up with the name VLF from the initials of the surnames of Gilbert Villareal an industrialist, Bob Lutz former vice-chairman of General Motors, and Henrik Fisker a designer and entrepreneur. One of the exceptional cars in the market is from the company, the 2017 VLF Force 1.
The model is based from the though it doesn't look anything like it. On the exterior side, the car model shows an aggressive and distinctive styling. Its front end doesn't only have ultra thin headlamps but also has a massive gaping mouth that is flanked by a pair of large outlets.
The model's styling cues from the car model Karma. This Force 1 coupe has a more menacing look, and it can be easily turned into a racing car with perfect add-ons of aerodynamic.
The making of the is special with its body made from carbon fiber and paired with a Fisker signature 21 inches wheels. The model scales at 3,395 pounds with a length measurement of 4,545 mm, width in 2,018 mm, height in 1,243 mm, and a wheelbase at 2,512 mm.
For the interior, it comes with a bespoke cabin wrapped with hand stitched leather Alcantara in ultra soft along with newly designed upholstery. Though the car's cockpit is unchanged when compared to the Viper's, with the new materials used, it still has a big difference.
The 2017 VLF Force 1 is powered by an 8.4-liter V10 engine which can also be found on the Viper. The only difference is that the VLF has tweaked the naturally aspirated unit to run over 745 of horsepower and a torque of 638 lb-ft. The extra 100 horsepower and 38 lb-ft of torque make the vehicle a difference when it comes to performance wise.
Meanwhile, the Force 1 comes with a manual six-speed transmission as standard. For buyers who prefers automatic, the car model can be ordered in a six-speed automatic transmission along with paddle shifters.