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YES!

The name stands for “Young Engineers’ Sports car,” (http://www.yes.de) and the car comes in both 355 hp turbo and 255 hp non-turbo form.

The name stands for “Young Engineers’ Sports car,” (http://www.yes.de) and the car comes in both 355 hp turbo and 255 hp non-turbo form. Power for this German-built car is supplied by a mid-mounted 3.2-liter Audi TT engine mated to your choice of a six-speed manual or five-speed automatic transmission. The young engineers who designed and built the car claim a dry weight of 1,962 lb. (2,051 lb. for the turbo model), and a 0 to 100 km/h time of 4.9 seconds (3.9 seconds for the turbo). Top speed is 158 mph for the naturally aspirated model, and 175 mph for the turbo. The YES! Is 149.9-in. long, 71-in. wide, 48.7-in. tall, sits on a 96.6-in. wheelbase, and has front and rear tracks of 59.4-in. and 60.8-in., respectively. U.S. importation will be handled by Arnie Johnson, former CEO of Lotus Cars USA, who is more than a little familiar with the importation and foibles of small mid-engined sports cars built by specialty manufacturers.