Ernesto Freitas owns the company Locomotors – which has created many projects that include the Voisin, LM23, and the concept Ferrari Dino. While none of these supercars have ever reached the production stage Freitas has never lost hope and is working hard on his next design.
Targeted at the track-day-crazy UK market, the LM GT is a concept conceived in three bodystyles: a shooting brake, an open-top roadster, and a windowless speedster (all viewable in our gallery below). Freitas is looking for partners to build the car, including kit car manufacturers.
An alternative approach could see the LM GT sitting on an original chassis with BMW running gear. The Bavarian mechanicals should make some sense if you think the rear end of the shooting brake variant reminds you of the previous-generation BMW Z3 coupe with its breadvan-style roof.
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