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SEMA 2010: LSA E-Rod powered Superformance Grand Sport Coupe


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Filed under: Aftermarket, SEMA Show, Classics, Coupe, Performance, GM, Specialty

LSA E-Rod powered Superformance Grand Sport Coupe
LSA E-Rod powered Superformance Grand Sport Coupe - Click above for high-res image gallery

General Motors has grown its E-Rod family by two, adding a 505-horsepower 7.0-liter LS7 and a 556-horsepower 6.2-liter LSA to its line of emissions-friendly V8s. The General chose to show off the new forced-induction engine by plopping the mill in a Superformance Grand Sport replica. With a feathery light curb weight of just 2,500 pounds and a potent 551 pound-feet of torque on tap, this machine should be an absolute tarmac terror. Behind that supercharged small block sits a Tremec six-speed manual transmission and a four-wheel disc brake system designed to bring the whole party to a stop in a hurry.

GM says that it is currently working closely with the California Air Resources Board to ensure that the E-Rod LSA can be used in pre-OBD-II vehicles, allowing specially constructed cars like the Superformance Grand Sport to receive CARB certification. Hit the jump for the full press blast.

Photos copyright ©2010 Zach Bowman / AOL

[source: General Motors]

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