The Geneva Palexpo and the London and Frankfurt Car Shows in 1983
Richard Sauter presented the Enterprise Advanced Concept Car at The Geneva Palexpo and the London and Frankfurt Car Shows in 1983. The extensive R&D that went into creating the prototype was sponsored by Du Pont, Goodyear, British Leyland & Chameleon Cars on Park Lane London.
INNOVATIVE FIRST’S IN THE ENTERPRISE
The first for door production car with a CD of .026, the lowest CD ever recorded at the MIRA wind tunnel for a full size 4 door passenger car.The first safe at any speed Kevlar bodied car
The first production car to employ an explosion proof fuel tankThe
first production car to employ a superchared V8
The first production car to offer a lifetime guarantee against corrosion & dents
The first production car with built in solar powered generating system
“A new frontiersman, the Enterprise is not, according to Sauter, a luxurious
and exclusive machine “it’s an intelligent car for mankind”.
“A British supercar steels the show”.
Road & Track
“Kevlar bodied Enterprise, a sophisticated safety car, sauter has combined
active and passive safety features in a non-compromising fashion.
“An astonishing car makes its debut at the Geneva motor show:
”There was no other car at the Geneva Show that even approached the innovative engineering and technical advances
embodied in the ATM Enterprise”