In 2003, John & Joann Rothman desired a car that didn't exist in the marketplace. They wanted a sports car of uncompromising beauty, power and elegance. One that drew inspiration from the classic 60's era of sports cars, but would stand alone today as a modern design. Under the direction of Chief Designer: Roger Hector, a team of talented sculptors and fabricators, including award winning graphic artist: Frank Burris, brought the Anteros to life.
After it first public showings at SEMA in 2005, and Barrett Jackson in early 2006, a waiting list of customers formed and Anteros Coachworks Inc. was established by Roger Hector to produce the car. In March 2006, Anteros production started, and today Anteros Coachworks produces these hand-made, 550 HP carbon fiber sports cars for its special clients on a build-to-order basis.
But the introduction of Anteros is only a hint of whats to come. Anteros Coachworks continues developing additional models and features that adhere to the company's core commitment of merging uncompromised beauty with astonishing power.
Anteros is built at San Diego-based: HST Inc., a leading manufacturer of high tech composites, carbon fiber fabrication and automotive assembly. In addition to manufacturing for Aerospace and Sports products clients, they specialize in specialty Automotive fabrication and construction, including the modern Shelby Cobra.
Only the finest materials and many hundreds of hours go into the production of each Anteros. Each car is carefully built by hand to the highest standards, and each is hand signed and numbered, like any limited edition fine art piece.
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