Neoclassic DiMora Vicci 6.2


DiMora Motorcar® Neoclassic automobiles combine 21st Century automotive technology with the timeless styling of the 1920’s and 1930’s.

The Vicci 6.2 follows that model to create a striking vision of beauty and elegant lines that made the most premium of cars in the 20’s and 30’s highly distinguishable.

Vicci is powered by a 6.2ltr, LS Series Generation IV small block V8 engine that allows the buyer to choose the desired power option with the model choice.

In the 2 door convertible standard Vicci package for instance, the LS3 engine cranks 430Hp at 5900 revolutions to push the 2998mm wheel base chassis from 0 to 100kph in 4 seconds when mated with the 4L65-E transmission.

That’s a respectable enough figure in itself and worthy of supercar status, but with the upgraded Vicci HS version (High Performance Supercharged), the same 6.2ltr Gen IV engine produces a supercar level 556hp at 6100 revolutions to propel the same sized chassis from 0 to 100kph in under 4 seconds.

The Vicci is available with a 4L65-E transmision in the standard version and the 4L85-E version for the high performance supercharged Vicci HS.

These are both General Motors Hydra-Matic 4 speed automatic gearboxes with the ratios of 1st: 3.06, 2nd: 1.62, 3rd: 1.00, 4th: 0.70 in the standard Vicci and 1st: 2.48, 2nd: 1.48, 3rd: 1.00, 4th: 0.75 in the Vicci HS. This gearbox terminates onto a 9″ housing differential with a Strange Center Section Positraction, Daytona Iron Pinion Support 6.50:1 ratio. There is an option to upgrade to a GM 6-Spd Manual gearbox also.

There is an option to upgrade to an Independent Suspension package for the standard Vicci whereas Independent Suspension comes standard with the HS version.

The exhaust system, that provides the all important breathing, is the same in both models and is a 3″ exhaust dual-mode performance system with catalytic converter along with custom-made stainless steel exhaust tips.

Engine technical specifications:

Engine type – LS series Gen IV small block V8
Block – Cast aluminum with 6 bolt cross-bolted main caps
Crankshaft – 8-bolt forged steel
Connecting rods – Powdered metal
Pistons – Hypereutectic aluminum
Camshaft – Hydraulic roller – .480″/.480″, 198/216 @ .050″
Cylinder heads – Aluminum L92 style with 68cc chambers
Valve size – 2.16 / 1.59
Rocker arms – 1.7:1 Roller trunnion
Reluctor wheel – 58X

Triangulated 4-bar rear suspension. The crossmember has passages for the exhaust and for the driveshaft for a low center of gravity and improved handling.

Chrome wheel rims with stainless steel spokes and chrome wheel hub caps.
Optional: Powder-coated wheel rims with stainless steel spokes and gold leaf wheel hub caps.

Wilwood 4-wheel disc brakes with 4-piston aluminum brake calipers. Bosch Hydro-Boost master cylinder increases braking force to 1200 psi. Brake lines made from Nicopp nickel-copper alloy.

General Motors Hydra-Matic 4-Speed Automatic Transmission
Optional: General Motors 6-speed manual transmission

Rear end
9″ housing with a Strange Center Section Positraction, Daytona
Iron Pinion Support 6.50:1 ratio.



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