Veritas car reviews, road tests, photos & videos
The Veritas RSIII is a full-on supercar aimed at the very wealthy. Using BMW parts, most notably the V8 from the M3 or the V10 from the M5, there are power outputs of 475bhp or 600bhp available respectively. The name is borrowed from the original Veritas company, which built cars in the 1940s and 1950s - once again they used BMW parts which is why they were initially known as BMW-Veritas cars.
Just like the RSIII, the original Veritas models were limited-production machines, aimed at the wealthy, with the cars now highly sought after.
MSN Cars' Steve Walker takes the UK's cheapest new car for a test drive to see if it's worth parting only £5,995 for.
Date 23/05/13, Duration 4:17, Views 998
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