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The Gordon is a really fast and lively sports car with excellent technical characteristics. The drive is very comfortable and at the steering wheel you will not have to exercise any effort to return to the feeling of the old times, even if the modern traffic would surround you and your Gordon. A ride with a Gordon is a unique experience and you can be assured, that you will never been passed by unnoticed.

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The Gordon has Ford mechanics. The cars from the first series have been originally produced with a four-cylinder, Ford Zetec-E 1.8 16V engine with capacity of 1796 ccm and electronic fuel injection Ford EEC IV, in conformity with the environmental regulation EURO-2. This engine was giving the power of 85 kW (equal to 115 H.P.) at 5 750 rpm, capable of reaching torque of 160 Nm at 4 500 rpm. The vehicle accelerates then form 0 to 100 kph in 8,7 second and its maximum speed is 185 kph, with EEC standard consumption 8,8 litres per 100 km.

Other two Gordon cars have been built with a Ford Engine DOHC 2.3 16V, also in conformity with EURO-2, power 108 kW (equal to 147 H.P.)

Recently, in order to meet the environmental regulations of EURO-4, the new line of engines has been prepared to be mounted in the Gordon, especially the four-cylinder Ford Duratec HE 2.0 16V and optionally also the six-cylinder Ford Duratec VE 3.0 24V. All the technical characteristics are enclosed in other part of this presentation.

(source: Gordon)

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Gordon logo.

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2004 Gordon Roadster 3.0 24V.

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