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Frequently asked questions

Aeon cars

What is an Aeon GT³, GT² or Epona?
They are kit cars produced by Aeon Sportscars in the UK.
When were they 'released'?
The GT³ coupé was first shown at the Exeter show in late 2003, and the GT³ aero in Detling 2005 (at the time, it was the spyder, but subsequently renamed). The Epona was first shown at Stoneleigh 2007 on the CKC stand.
How many are there?
There are about 10 GT³s and 1 GT² on the road, with several more being built. The Epona is still in the design stage.
Isn't that rather a small number for a club or fan site?
Probably - but you've got to start somewhere!
What is the difference between the GT² and the GT³?
The GT² is a two-seater version of the GT³. In most circumstances whenever GT³ is mentioned, it can be applied to the GT².

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