VUHL 05 Supercar Unveiled in London

Scheduled to be introduced to the general public at the 2013 Goodwood Festival of Speed, the VUHL 05 supercar, which was developed and built in Mexico, was unveiled today at the Royal Automobile Club in London, UK.
VUHL 05 5 photos
Photo: VUHL
Unfortunately, the vehicle was revealed to an exclusive audience, including Sir Stirling Moss and FIA Foundation chairman Tim Keown, with no details for us mortals to feast upon. This means we still have to wait for about a week to see this brand-new supercar unveiled in full. So until the Goodwood Festival of Speed starts (July 11-14), scroll below to have a look at the pictures provided by the Mexican automaker.

Just as a reminder, the VUHL 05 was designed by Mexican brothers Iker and Guillermo Echeverria and engineered with the help of Ford, Magna Steyr and Multimatic.
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