A new company by the name of Engler has developed a vehicle that doesn’t fit into any existing category.
Called the FF, the new vehicle is a quad bike that packs the performance to rival a hypercar. Yes, steering is done via handle bars, as opposed to a steering wheel.
The Engler FF was first previewed in concept form at the 2019 Geneva International Motor Show, and has now been shown in production guise for the first time. The production FF will make its formal debut at the Salon Privé Concours d’Elegance running September 22-26 in Oxfordshire, United Kingdom.
The FF is the brainchild of Viktor Engler, who is originally from Slovakia but now based in the U.K. It’s been a dream of his to build his own car since the age of 10.
His target for the FF was a power to weight ratio of one horsepower for every
Rory Jurnecka, Senior Editor: Hot
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