Retro-styled Black Cuillin coupé has been revealed at the Geneva motor show

The Eadon Green Black Cuillin is a 6.0-litre V12 sports car that's been revealed at the Geneva motor show.

Eadon Green is a new British start-up that is producing the model with a mix of classic looks and modern features. It mixes a vintage design features contrasted by modern cabin features, and has been inspired by the design of the Alfa Romeo 8C 2900 from the 1930s.

Read more about the cars heading to this year's Geneva show

The car uses a twelve-cylinder engine that has a 7000rpm redline and top speed approaching 170mph - as shown by the images - although no performance figures have been released as of yet.

The Black Cuillan is named after a mountain range on the Isle of Skye, off the Scottish coast. The company's logo comprises a coat of arms with the word ‘integrity’ underneath, surrounded by a grey ring containing the company’s name and race flags, suggesting that performance will be a focus.

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19 January 2017
Whatever happened to the Morgan EV?


Hydrogen cars just went POP


19 January 2017
Retro theme, no herritage, startup based in Shoreditch. It's obviously got integrity running through it. I bet it was a toss up between "integrity" and "artisan". Morgan must be quaking in the hand toed boots.

20 January 2017
Surely it's a hoax? A marketing stunt of some sort. It really can't be serious.

19 January 2017
There is a future for niche automotive product but if the reportedly reasonably well sorted Zenos has gone into administration, what is the chance of success for a business based more on image than substance?

22 January 2017
I sense Chinese-backed investment and influence in this newly-launched car company. Don't ask me why...

de_design2  l  Exclusively Bespoke®

28 February 2017
Their website is just a silhouette of the car with a countdown timer. No information about who they are, where they're based etc. I suspect a massive flop is about to be born.

28 February 2017
A rebodied Merc 2seater?

28 February 2017
With a stupid name?

1 March 2017
Is this one of Nathan Barley's new ventures?!

7 March 2017
Biggest pile of rubbish I've, since Panther showed the DeVille in the mid seventies,will probably remain a one off


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