The Eterniti Hemera is the mysterious super-luxury, super-sports SUV that has been hinted at by a mysterious British company that claims to be a new manufacturer of super luxury cars, and now, we have some official pictures that show off just what the new Eterniti Hemera is all about.
Yep, you guessed it, and I predicted it from the teaser shot right before the official pictures came out – the Eterniti Hemera is a heavily-modified Porsche Cayenne. Now, considering the big names that are involved in the whole fray, such as Alastair MacQueen, the head engineer of the famous Jaguar XJ220 supercar, and Johnny Herbert, F1 driver who was in charge of test driving the Hemera, making sure the car drove and handled to his specifications, likely around various race tracks.
Eterniti claims the Hemera will be hand-build at their factory in London and will undergo a ground up redesign compared to the Cayenne, with such things as carbon composite body panels, a brand new interior, and a whole lot of additional performance. The current most powerful model of Cayenne available is the Cayenne Turbo, which comes with a 500-horsepower turbocharged V8, and Eterniti claims the Hemera will come with 620 horsepower, eclipsing even the previous-generation Cayenne Turbo S and far eclipsing all other SUVs on the market right now. Eterniti claims a top speed of over 180 MPH for the Hemera.
Regarding interior comforts and other sorts of luxury aspects, Eterniti claims that the Hemera will have a limo-like rear cabin and that there will be iPads for all of the rear passengers. Even a drink chiller will be available to the rear passengers, or to those who want to be chauffered in their Hemera. They have yet to show off any pictures of the interior, though, so all we can do is speculate as to how they redesigned and reupholstered it.
Stay tuned for more news regarding the Hemera.