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Entry to Murtaya ownership now made easier
Posted by Madabout News on Sunday, April 29th, 2007 at 10:33 PM

Following a successful launch and a busy winter of track and road tests Adrenaline Motorsport are pleased to announce a new, easier route to Murtaya ownership.

It will now be possible to begin building the Murtaya from as little as £5995 plus VAT!

Utilizing the modular build concept the Road Specification Murtaya kit has been sub divided into three logical stages; stage 1, rolling chassis, stage 2, bodywork plus and stage 3, trim and finishing.

Each stage is priced individually to ensure the builder can not only spread the cost of the car over time, but also that each stage of the build results in a logical and tangible result that really means something.

“We’ve tried to ensure that each stage ends up presenting a significant milestone in a kit car build,” commented Neil Yates, MD of Adrenaline Motorsport, “All too often we, and I’m sure other manufacturers, are approached by customers who begin a build with the best intentions, and then hit a brick wall. When family, work and money all mount up and get in the way of the project in the garage and it all grinds to a halt. We have a Marlin and 3 Minaris in our workshop that bear witness to this. The stage 1 Murtaya build contains all that is needed to get the customer to rolling chassis stage, while stage 2 will result in what will be to all intents and purposes a complete car. Stage 3 contains the finishing and trim items and there you are. On the road at a time and pace that suits you and your budget!”

The company is now launching into its first full show and track day season with an order book that’s bang on schedule. With the Toniq brand also operating from its Newquay base it is set to be a busy year for Adrenaline Motorsport.

Blue Murtaya demonstrator with 350hp and 370lbft torque

“Just to add a bit of spice to anyone who road tests the car this year we have uprated the engine to 2.5 litres,” continued Neil, “The demonstrator car now delivers 350 BHP and 370 lb ft of torque and will be giving free passenger rides at Brands Hatch in June. We’re expecting to be busy!”

For further details contact:
Adrenaline Motorsport on 01637 889351 or

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