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Savage Rivale is a Yacht and Supercars maker from the Netherlands.

Overview

Text originally taken from Savage Rivale's Website

In 2006, riding along the coastal roads on the Côte d’Azur, Emile Pop was struck by a spark of inspiration. He realizes that while many people can have fun on speedboats and yachts, only 2 can fit in supercars.

It was then and there, Emile decides the time is right for a new breed of ‘social’ supercars, bearing the following hallmarks:

Emile Pop meets Justin de Boer during his industrial product design studies  and together they create the first proof of concept of the 4 door convertible supercar.

They immediately share an entrepreneurial enthusiasm, which enables the duo to secure funding and partners to start their voyage.

In the first 6 months, a clay model is carved out to visualize the exterior. At that time, the company is just a two man show and realizing the dream still seems impossible.

Emile Pop meets Justin de Boer during his industrial product design studies  and together they create the first proof of concept of the 4 door convertible supercar.

They immediately share an entrepreneurial enthusiasm, which enables the duo to secure funding and partners to start their voyage.

In the first 6 months, a clay model is carved out to visualize the exterior. At that time, the company is just a two man show and realizing the dream still seems impossible.

After 8 months of hard work 18 hours a day 6 days a week, the first prototype is finished. On the 1st of April in 2009 Prime Minister Balkenende unveils the car during the AutoRai.

The first prototype is subjected to the first performance & endurance tests on the drift parcours at Weeze Airport Germany & the famous racing tracks in Zandvoort & Assen. Racing driver Yelmer Buurman helps us with improving the handling characteristics.

Year Model Image Appearances
2009 Roadyacht GTS SR Roadyacht stock.png Asphalt 8: Airborne
2011 Rivale GTR A8 S-R GTR stats (S 2).png Asphalt 8: Airborne
Vehicle manufacturers in the Asphalt series
Canada BRP - Felino - HTT
United States of America Buick - BXR Motors - Cadillac - Chevrolet - Chrysler - Confederate - DMC - Dodge (SRT, Ram Trucks) - Drako Motors - Ecosse - Equus - Exotic Rides - Falcon - Ford - GMC - H&H - Hennessey Performance - Hot Wheels - Hummer - Jeep - Kepler - Lightning Motorcycle - Lucra - Mosler - Plymouth - Polaris - Pontiac - Predator - Rezvani - Saleen - SCG -Shelby - SSC - Tesla - Trion - VLF
Latin America Inferno Automobili
France Bugatti - Citroën (DS Automobiles) - Genty Automobile - Peugeot - Renault - SMG - Spark
Germany 9FF - Apollo Automobil GmbH - Artega Automobile - Audi - Automobili Pininfarina - BMW - Gumpert - MAN Truck & Bus - Mercedes-Benz (Mercedes-AMG) - Opel - Porsche - RUF - Volkswagen
Italy Alfa Romeo - Aprilia - Automobili Turismo e Sport - De Tomaso - Ducati - ED Design - Ferrari - Fiat (Abarth) - Icona - Italdesign Giugiaro - Lamborghini - Lancia - Maserati - Mazzanti Automobili - MV Agusta - Pagani - Perlini - Pininfarina - Spada Vetture Sport - Torino Design
Netherlands Donkervoort - Savage Rivale - Spyker - Vencer
Sweden Gray Design - Husqvarna Motorcycles - Koenigsegg
Switzerland Sbarro - NanoFlowcell - Rinspeed - Weber
United Kingdom AC Cars - Apex - Arash - Ariel - Aston Martin - Bentley - Caterham - Ecosse - Ginetta Cars - Jaguar - Land Rover - Lotus - MG Motor - McLaren - Mini - Morgan - Rage Motorsport - Rolls-Royce - Triumph - TVR - Vauxhall
Rest of Europe Arrinera - KTM - Marussia - Rimac - SIN Cars - Spania GTA - Tramontana - Zenvo
Middle East Devel - Onuk Competition Development - W Motors
Japan Aspark - Honda (Acura) - Kawasaki - Mazda - Mitsubishi - Nissan (Infiniti/NISMO) - Subaru - Suzuki - Toyota (Scion) - Yamaha
Rest of Asia Geely - Hyundai - NIO - Techrules - Vanda Electrics
Australia Holden
Fictitious Concept Cars - Gharial - Lynx - Gameloft
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