The country of Denmark may soon have its own lightweight sports car. Upstart automaker Agile Automotive recently released design renderings of their upcoming two-seaters, the road-going SC122 and the more track-oriented SCX. Aimed squarely against Lotus, the two new sports cars aim to deliver a sporty drive along with precise handling.
Both cars will have a custom carbon fiber chassis made by House of Composites, the same company that builds Formula One chassis. They are are then coupled to a lightweight body. According to Agile, the SC122 will have 1:2 power-to-weight ratio while the SCX will only tip the scales at 600 kg.
In terms of design, both the SC122 and SCX feature a distinct front fascia that is dominated by sleek headlights, dual air intakes and a sharp nose. Inverted L-shaped taillights flank the rear quarter panels while a huge rear wing provides additional downforce. Interior details remain scarce but based on the renderings, Recaro seats will be available.
Powering the SC122 will be a 3.5-liter V6 that is capable of cranking out 419 PS to the rear wheels. Meanwhile, the SCX will be driven by a 2.0-liter engine sourced from Toyota. In stock form, the motor will produce 178 PS but with the help of a supercharger, power can be uprated to 274 PS. Available transmissions include a 5-speed manual and 7-speed sequential gearbox.
More details about the SC122 and SCX will be revealed once Agile Automotive officially launches the two cars.