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Pléthore LC-750, Canada's first-ever supercar, finally makes domestic debut

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As reported by  HTT Technologies

MONTREAL. Back from Scottsdale, Arizona, for the prestigious Barrett-Jackson Collector Car Auction (January 17-24, 2010), HTT Technologies today confirmed it will attend the Canadian International AutoShow in Toronto, from February 12 to 21 (www.autoshow.ca).


At Barrett-Jackson, the Pléthore LC-750, Canada’s first-ever supercar, literally stole the show. Obviously, HTT executives are more than satisfied with the couple of orders they picked up and, most importantly, the extraordinary public interest in their vehicle.

Visitors feasted on every detail and line of this new 3-passenger supercar with central driving position. "Mission accomplished! The car received unanimous approval and we’re extremely confident entering 2010," said HTT President Sébastien Forest. "Our presence in Toronto will be a great opportunity to make ourselves known at home, in Canada. We’re tremendously proud to finally be able to introduce the Pléthore to the Canadian public."

The 2010 Canadian International AutoShow in Toronto is the first domestic event attended by HTT and putting the Pléthore LC-750 on display for fans. This year promises to be a big one for the Quebec-based manufacturer.

"We’ve already pre-sold almost our entire first-year production. In the next few weeks, we’ll start building units scheduled for delivery in the fall of 2010. Also, in April, we’ll make our European debut at the Top Marques Monaco event," commented Mr. Forest.

The 2010 Canadian International AutoShow in Toronto will allow HTT to solidify its foundation and prove to regular folks in Canada that the exotic car market indeed exists outside Europe. This 10-day event will give people a chance to meet the team at HTT and admire their automotive masterpiece often compared to a Picasso on four wheels.




photo:HTT Technologies