Eterniti Motors finally revealed their Artemis SUV at the Bejing Motor Show (that’s the Cayenne based Super SUV formerly known as the Eterniti Hemera), and it came with a whopping price tag of £250k.
But despite that (or maybe because of it) the cost of the stand at Beijing seems to have paid off for Eterniti with the first five sales for the Super SUV being taken – four for the standard car at £210k plus tax and one for a completely bespoke version.
All five buyers were China based and vindicate Eterniti’s decision to make a Cayenne suited to the needs and wants of China’s new rich. With the promise of Cayenne Turbo levels of performance coupled with extreme luxury and more interior space, the Artemis seems to have struck a chord – at least with a handful of buyers.
But it’s a good start for Eterniti, and they say they’ve also had serious interest in retailing the Artemis from the Middle East, Russia and the USA.
Which should help Eterniti rack up their target of 30-40 sales this year and allow them to push on with the Eterniti Supercar, which we expect to be a re-skinned version of the Porsche 911 Turbo.
Eterniti Artemis Photos
Eterniti Artemis Video