As of November 9, 2012 Eterniti Motors, makers of the Artemis (nee Hemera), has a home in Park Royal, London. The company produces its "super SUV" at a facility in London and has opened the 10,000-square-foot atelier, design studio and showroom nearby. Show More Summary
Lamborghini Urus not wild enough? Eterniti Artemis not exclusive enough? Bowler EXR S not extreme enough? Then start saving your pocket money because Russian automaker Dartz has released design sketches and a rendering of its new Dartz...Show More Summary
Independent carmaker Eterniti Motors has come away from this year’s Beijing motor show with five confirmed sales of its Porsche Cayenne-based Eterniti Artemis. The London-based Eterniti debuted its Artemis super-SUV in Beijing last month where it took orders for four standard-specification … Continue reading ?
London based Eterniti Motors has unveiled their first vehicle in pre production vehicle at the Bejing Auto Show. According to the company the Eterniti Artemis is the world’s first super-SUV and is set to go into production in the summer of 2012. The company is not mentioning, that the base car is a Porsche Cayenne [...]
The Eterniti Artemis super SUV is the latest in a wave of luxury and sports crossover concepts to debut at the 2012 Beijing motor show. But while the production models based on the Maserati Kubang, Lamborghini Urus and Bentley EXP … Continue reading ?
British niche luxury brand Eterniti has rolled into Beijing this week with a new near-production prototype for its Artemis SUV. Formerly known as the Hemera (we suspect the similarity to 'haemorrhage' prompted the change), the Artemis has been given a makeover designed to separate it further from its Porsche progenitor. Show More Summary
Posted on 04.23.2012 15:00 by Simona Filed under: Eterniti | suv | luxury cars | Beijing Auto Show | 2012 | Eterniti Artemis | Cars | Car Reviews | Eterniti British manufacturer, Eterniti, unveiled their Hemera concept at the 2011 Frankfurt...Show More Summary
www.ZerCustoms.com - The London-based Eterniti Motors premiered today their latest model, which is ca... [...]
Eterniti Motors chose the 2012 Beijing Motor Show to unveil the Artemis, an engineering prototype of the Hemera SUV Concept we saw at the Frankfurt Motor Show earlier this year. From the looks of things, the boutique automaker has ditched the Porsche Cayenne-inspired front for a fascia that borrows a bit more heavily from the Jaguar playbook. Show More Summary
After first announcing plans for an ultra-luxurious SUV last summer, newly-established British firm Eterniti Motors unveiled a concept version of its new SUV, the Hemera, at the 2011 Frankfurt Auto Show. Unfortunately, the concept looked just a little too much like the vehicle it was based on, a Porsche Cayenne Turbo, so the design was quickly...
The Artemis is a mix between a SUV and a M5
Boutique luxury carmaker Eterniti Motors is a London-based manufacturer of prestige performance automobiles. The company's first offering is named the Eterniti Artemis - a remanufactured Porsche Cayenne that will compete against the new SUVs from Bentley, Lamborghini and Maserati in the luxury SUV segment. Show More Summary
Well, it’s the weekend, and not only that, but as you read this I’m probably wandering around Quito someplace, checking out all the toilets to see which way they flush depending on what side of the Equator they’re on. I’m a riot on vacations. So take a sec from whatever you’re doing, and watch two, two, two [...]
For you Battlestar fans, Jane Espenson reports on a collaborative joke between the audience and creator Ron Moore at last week’s screening of the finale. Friend of Metblogs Jessica Stover’s website for her film, Artemis Eternal, has won a Web Visionary Award. Show More Summary
Jess Stover says: I'm a filmmaker in Los Angeles at the helm of project ARTEMIS ('Artemis Eternal') a short, scifi-fantasy film currently in preproduction that is professionally-led, community-funded, cross-platform and supported...
Jessica Mae Stover wants independent funding for her movie project “Artemis Eternal,” so she’s turning to social media for a (her term) “Crowd-Funding” drive. The idea is simple enough: Stover is pitching the project as being “pure...
Listen to Slice of SciFi show #156 this weekend and in two weeks on our XM-Satellite Radio show to learn even more about “Artemis Eternal.”
Be looking out for the new independent sci-fi short film called “Artemis Eternal” which is currently in pre-production and totally community funded. Now most of these types of public funded projects never see the light...