Exceed Autocraft - British Sports Cars - Aeon Epona - Aeon GT2

The Aeon GT will be primarily available as a two seat vehicle, in the coupé and open-top variations, although the well known three-seat version will still be available as a special order.

The GT consists of a space frame chassis designed, developed and rigorously tested by Aeon especially for the project. Standard Ford engine options will range from 170bhp to 250bhp.

Customers in the south will still be able to deal directly with Aeon Sportscars' Kent-based operation. Production of GT2 bodies will be taken care of by Exceed while Aeon will continue to fabricate the chassis and other metalwork.


The Aeon GT2 coupé

The Aeon GT2 coupé is a spectacular mid-engined track car, but is equally at home on the road. It has distinctive Le Mans inspired styling and is available with a choice of standard Ford engine options ranging from 170bhp up to 250bhp.

The Le Mans-inspired styling has been fine-tuned in MIRA’s wind tunnel so, in case you were wondering, that rear spoiler really is effective, and was measured during MIRA testing to increase downforce by 38%.

Please don't hesitate to contact us at Exceed with any questions or to discuss your requirements.

01302 719443
info@exceedautocraft.co.uk

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The Aeon GT2 Aero

The Aeon GT2 Aero is the open-top variation of the GT, roof removed and a small aero screen installed. The chassis is entirely unchanged from the coupé, no extra stengthening was required to the chassis for the roof removal.

Please don't hesitate to contact us at Exceed with any questions or to discuss your requirements.

01302 719443
info@exceedautocraft.co.uk

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About Aeon Sports Cars

Aeon was founded in 2000 by John Hewat and Keith Wood to design and build a three-seater road/track car. John and Keith have a wealth of experience between them.

Aeon’s first road car was completed and shown at the Exeter Kit Car Show in November 2003. Since then the Aero version has been developed and introduced.

In 2011 Exceed bought the rights to manufacture the GT under licence from Aeon who remain involved in development and production.

Visit the Aeon Sports cars website.

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