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Zolfe was created by Nic Strong, owner of Spatz Arlon, a Tier-one automobile industry supplier and with the assistance of other top engineering firms.

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Zolfe Z logo.

Nic’s goal with Zolfe was to design, develop, and manufacture a light-weight sports coupe that rivals cars costing and weighing much more than the Zolfe GTC-4.

Development of the Zolfe has been directed by Jez Coates, who was chief engineer for Caterham cars for the past 22 years.

The Zolfe GTC-4 will break the traditional specialty car mold, by offering additional modern day features (air conditioning, automatic transmission, stereo, etc.) in a purists performance car. A track days and street legal version will be offered with the same body and chassis (including an FIA approved roll cage) and will differ in a limited number of items, such as fuel cell, suspension, and engine output.

Zolfe USA.
Zolfe USA provides the importation of 50-state street legal compliance cars and strategic dealer implementation and marketing of the Zolfe sports car in America. They've organized a U.S. based comprehensive marketing campaign including a full service web site, press releases, advertising and ongoing dealer and consumer promotions.

Zolfe USA is a division of Moto America that has been in business since 1980 and has been involved with importing British sports cars with successful and proper sales initiatives in the U.S.

(source: Zolfe)

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Zolfe Z emblem. (source: Martin Alford)

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