Proton Satria Neo S2000, images, video and technical specification
The first images have recently been revealed by MEM of the finished Proton super 2000. The car was expected to have been homologated on the 1st August and to commence testing immediately. No plans have been revealed yet as to possible programmes but it is widely anticipated the car will compete on the BRC and IRC at least and will make it's competitive debut in October.
3, 4 or 5-door models with length over 3900mm
Generic 4X4 transmission without active differential from Sadev or Xtrac
2.0 liter normally aspirated engine from either a base engine used in any model from the manufacturer, or a engine licensed from another manufacturer with 2,500 units minimum production per year
Engine must comply to BTCC/ETC specs with 8,500rpm rev limit
Minimum weight - 1100kg tarmac, 1150kg gravel
Maximum bodywork and wheel arch extension width 1800mm
The MEM Satria Neo S2000 complies to these specifications, measuring 3905mm long, 1800mm wide with a 2440mm wheelbase and a weight of 1150kg. Its chassis is based on the road-going Neo and has been strengthened to comply with FIA regulations and the components of a S2000 rally car. It is fitted with a rollcage built from 35 meters of Chrome-Moly Steel Tubing.
Its 4-cylinder 1998cc DOHC normally aspirated engine is based on the 1.8 litre Renault engine in the Waja. It produces 280hp at 7,800rpm and a massive 271Nm of torque at 7,000rpm, and is installed transversely at the front of the car. This engine is mated to an Xtrac 6-speed sequential transmission with Alcon clutch and 3 player LSD.
Brakes are also from Alcon, with 300mm discs with 4 piston calipers at the front and 300mm discs at the rear on gravel. For asphalt, the front brake discs are uprated to 350mm. Wheels are 18 inch alloys for tarmac and 15 inch alloys for gravel. The car’s electronics system runs on the GEMS Multiplex System with Power Management, Data Logging and a Glass Dash Display.