The Aixam GTO is based on the city model by Aixam. The Aixam GTP features a sporty exterior and interior design, such as carbon decors, a spoiler, double exhaust pipes, 15-inch red-lacquered wheels, GTO side stickers, and windshield stickers. Every detail is carefully thought out to perfect the competition atmosphere. Transmission is via a continuously variable transmission (CVT) manufactured and supplied by CVTech-IBC.
The reverse gearbox and the 8:1 forward ratio combined differential unit is supplied by the Italian company COMEX, which also supplies many of the other undercarriage, steering, suspension, and suspension components. brakes. The gearbox is designed for small vans or delivery vans under 8 hp (6 kW) and is limited to 30 mph (48 km/h).
There was a variation of engines presented over the years, steering is rack and pinion and has a comparatively low ratio. MacPherson strut suspension is used at the front and semi-trailing arms are at the rear. Brakes are disc and single-piston calipers at the front, with drums at the rear that also serve as a handbrake function, via cables.
Aixam GTO Design
The interior of the AIXAM GTO also has many sporty details: full-grain leather seats with double red stitching, “carbon look” gear lever knob, center console, and steering wheel, CD MP3 sound system with auxiliary connector in the front, seat sports, optional aluminum details.
The GTO is powered by the same 400cc Kubota diesel used in the City. There are three color options available: Red, Silver Gray, and Pearly White. The front and rear bumpers, roof, rear spoiler, and mirrors have carbon fiber decorations.
Aixam GTO Engine
The diesel is equipped with a Kubota Z402 two-cylinder 400cc industrial engine rated at 4 to 6 kW (5 to 8 hp). Petrol versions used a 505 cc Lombardino twin of approximately 20 PS (15 kW), later petrol cars were fitted with fuel injection. The maximum speed: is 45km/h. Fuel consumption: 2.96 liters per 100 km.