To celebrate 10 years of Radical's best-seller, the firm has launched the Radical SR3 RS Limited
14 April 2011

Sports car maker Radical has launched its new Radical SR3 RS Limited.

Built to commemorate a decade of the company’s best-selling model, the latest version is available in three ‘summer colour options’ – spice yellow, tangerine and rosso red – and also features a matte vinyl graphics pack.

Power is courtesy of a 1340cc Suzuki engine, producing 210bhp at 10,500rpm, which is mated to a six-speed sequential gearbox.

Other features include a trackday ‘silencing kit’ and spares ‘starter pack’ including spare wheels, filters and accessories.

Limited to just 25 units, prices start from £49,850.Read about the Radical SR3 SL

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