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Edge

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Edge Sportscars was founded in May 2003 by Robin Hall and Dev Lall, old school-friends from Southampton who have long had an interest in cars: the faster and more exotic the better!


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This naturally branched out into Kit Cars but it rapidly became apparent that few manufacturers seemed to be interested in coming up with something new - how many Seven and Cobra manufacturers are out there?

And so, at Newark 2003 they decided to come up with a design of their own, something fresh and original that went as good as it looked.

The Devil was born, a Formula One inspired racing car that was fully road legal yet capable of giving a Ferrari a real fright on the roads.

(source: Edge)


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The Devil is a self-build component or 'kit' car based upon the Audi 100. By stripping the donor Audi of its engine, transaxle, wiring etc. and combining them with the Devil kit you can build an utterly unique, road-legal, single seater sportscar.

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