As previously reported the Bolwell Car Company will be unveiling their new Nagari sports car at next years Melbourne Motor Show. Scheduled for its public debut at 5pm on the 29th of February, the Nagari is beginning final assembly at Bolwell's Melbourne factory.
Campbell Bolwell, one of the two original Bolwell brothers, is nearing the end of a three-year design and development program, the aim of which is to produce a new Nagari designed for ultimate performance in Australian road conditions.
The new Nagari is being designed to double as an everyday driving car and will utilize a Toyota 3.5-litre supercharged V6 very similar to the one currently powering the TRD Aurion. Low gearing and light weight will ensure blistering acceleration yet there will still be enough room for the shopping or a set of golf clubs.
Styling cues owe much to the original Nagari, with the distinctive rear butresses straddling the engine housing, spare tyre well and luggage space.
Production-car touches include a unique, custom-designed windscreen and compound-curvature, fully opening door windows. Looking stunning from the rear three quarter angle the Nagari promises to be one of the stars of the Melbourne Motor Show and certainly one of the most interesting cars that will be on display, with its uniquely Australian history.