The car is called “Kymera” by the owner. The name is derived from “Chimera” in Greek mythology, which is a monster with the head of a lion, the body of a sheep, and the tail of a snake. Well, even so, you may not have any impression. In fact, I just searched for the answer, but the image of the car in front of you may help you imagine the image of the monster. This car was unveiled at the SEMA Auto Show in 2016. It was created by Mr. Greg Higgs, CEO of Fab Fours, and Tim Odell. focus.
The car is powered by a 5.9-liter Cummins diesel engine, and the engine is a custom machine from BD Diesel Performance. The maximum power of 650 horsepower and the peak torque of 1626N m are already monster-level performances, and the fuel injector is also a product customized by BD. Only a larger fuel injection volume can satisfy the appetite of this little monster.
It can also be seen from the data that this engine has a considerable lung capacity, so BD has also prepared a 6BTA twin-turbo system, in which the low-pressure turbo uses a 66mm compression wheel and an 80mm turbo, while the high-pressure turbo is a Using a 58mm compression wheel and a 65mm turbo, this combination can help the high power output of this engine cover more speed ranges.
This Colorado engine has a huge volume, so the original engine compartment can no longer fit, Mr. Greg decided to put it in the cargo box. Even so, there is very little space left in the cargo box, and the huge exhaust looks like a rocket launcher. It is very powerful, and no one is willing to follow behind it. The front hood houses the battery, fuel tank and the massive FOX suspension. Speaking of suspension, the FOX shocks deliver 18 inches of travel, with exaggerated height in static mode.
This car basically only retains the cockpit part, under the hood and in the cargo box have been greatly modified, and the “saber tooth” design on the roof also brings a bit of self-prestige effect. OK, let’s take a good look at this monster-like modified Colorado.