Trident Icenti. British Newboy Ready Flying The Flag

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If you were to name a British sportscar company, chances are fairly high that you’d go for the Jaguars, Aston Martins, McLarens and even Jensens of this world. One company that may not spring to mind is Trident.

But the Norfolk-based company is hopeful its stock will rise amidst the automotive sector after unveiling the new Iceni Grand Tourer that will headline its stand at the upcoming Salon Prive event in London, UK, on 5-7 September.

The jury may well be out on the aesthetics of the new two-seater, but the performance is certainly not to be sniffed at. The Icenti will sprint from the blocks and hit 100kph in just 3.7s and go on to top 320kph. That may well have something to do with the 430bhp produced by the onboard 6.6l turbo (ahem) diesel engine.

If you’re interested, there’s also an option to bump the power of the Trident Inceni up to a pretty nippy 660bhp. Not too bad for $120,000(ish).

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