JC Voltaire H.
The industry's pioneer in super-sport utility vehicles brings out their trump card and introduces their own line of high performance vehicles: the H-Line.
The H-Line introduces a new dimension to the JC brand; while the base vehicles embody the JC virtues of speed and comfort, the H-Line adds to these dimensions, adding exclusivity, luxury and brutality to the mix. This is not to be confused with JC's Vurig R, a tuned down hardcore race vehicle for the streets; the JC H-Line is in effect a gentleman's racer.
For the Voltaire, the H-Line treatment is extensive. Most obvious is an effectively brutal yet tailored body kit, featuring an additional intake in at the bottom, and a trademark JC asymmetrical intercooler intake near the hood. The front fender incorporates a sleek outlet for the brakes; the side skirts are more muscular and defined. The rear receives a wind-tunnel-tested lip spoiler and diffuser, as well as center-mounted exhaust tips. The kit receives an understated carbon fiber effect, in an effort to keep weight down.
The differences are not merely for looks. New, 20" wheels are H-Line exclusives, provided by WALD, are lightweight and lower unsprung weight. Brakes are from the Vurig R. The suspension is stiffened and track-tested at the Nurburgring, supplying a compliant ride, while remaining track-ready. The body kit, wheels, and suspension pieces combined are made of lighter materials, reducing the total body weight for better handling and performance. The party-piece of the car, however, is a twin-turbocharged version of the Voltaire's 3.3L I-6; in H-Line form, it is bored to 3.5L and produces 370 horsepower, enough to propel the Voltaire H from 0-60 in an amazing 4.7 seconds through, for now, solely a six-speed manual gearbox.
If the Voltaire H's amazing performance credentials were not enough to prove its true exclusivity in the industry, the vehicle is fitted with H-Line sport seats and steering wheel, and the interior benefits from higher-grade leather.
A true niche vehicle, the JC Voltaire H will only be made in limited numbers come this summer, at around $50,000.
Hope you guys enjoy! In case any of you were wondering, H stands for Hyper, a designation I've had for all my hi-po cars since the eighth grade, when incidentally I designed a high-performance X5-fighter called the HyperActive