The Spanish startup DSD Design & Motorsport together with students from the University of the Polytechnic of Valencia developed a design and built a full-size model of the brutal SUV called Golem. The product version of the machine is planned to be released in a limited edition of 30 copies.
Off-road vehicle Golem differs aggressive design: chopped body forms, massive extensions of wheel arches and spectacular punching throughout the body. Among other features: a roof spoiler, integrated footboards, complex tail lights, and wheelblades with badlocks, shod in a toothy BFGoodrich Mud-Terrain rubber.
Serial Golem will be equipped with a V8 engine, the output of which will be 710 horsepower. Combine the unit will be with an eight-band “automatic” and an all-wheel drive system. The SUV will also receive a fully-controlled chassis and will be offered in various modifications, the first of which will be a pickup truck.
In the summer of 2017, DSD Design & Motorsport presented in Le Mans 1000-hp supercar Boreas, equipped with a hybrid power plant. According to the manufacturer, the car can accelerate to 100 km/h in 2.8 seconds and reach a maximum speed of 380 kilometers per hour. Electricity can drive Boreas up to 100 kilometers.