At first glance, it would seem that the Project 4 is some sort of feather-weight track car. But after glancing at its spec sheet, it’s clear that the Project 4 is in a class of its own. This is because it’s capable of performing on the track along with the dirt, thanks to its unique, patented suspension system at adjusts the ride height to as much as 500 mm, or 19.6 inches high, but as little as a ground kissing 5 mm (we’re guessing the suspension is also the reason the little Korres weighs roughly 3,500 lbs). It’s also possible for the Project 4 to raise a wheel “95 inches” off the ground, while the other three remain in contact with the road — or lack thereof.
The Project 4 is also all-wheel-drive, with torque being distributed 33% to the front and 67% to the rear, with the option of sending power solely to the rear wheels, as well. Power is distributed through a six-speed manual.
Production is aspired to begin by the end of the year, with 50 initially built. The goal is to be able to sell the exotic off-roader in North America, as well as the Middle East.
Below are a few videos, demonstrating the capabilities of the suspension system.