The off-road experts at Qt Services announced launch of a new diesel-powered version of the Wildcat at 2012 Autosport International show.
Those familiar with the Wildcat know that these extremely capable cars are synonymous with massive off-road thrill. The Wildcats are virtually unstoppable machines, built from a mixture of Land Rover underpinnings and Jaguar V8 and V6 diesel engines.
They also make luxurious two-door versions of the Range Rover Sport, but even that stays true to the brand’s love of off-road.
This new Wildcat gets the 3.0 litre twin turbo engine from the Land Rover Discovery 4, with 316 HP and 513 ft-lbs of torque. It’s that huge amount of torque that will enable it to jump up and down the hills like no other car you have experienced.
Qt are looking forward to having two of the new Diesel cars racing in the Tuareg Rally, which kicks off in Spain in March.