If you’re not already familiar with South Florida-based performance specialists and supercar builders Rossion and Mosler, you’re thoroughly missing out. Rossion- sporting the 450-hp Q1 kit-car of sorts, and Mosler- with an 840-hp monster of a RaptorGTR.
While each of these cars share one similar build premise, each company has been streamlining in two different directions in the brands’ relatively short history. Now though, RP High Performance- a privately owned company- has finished up the paperwork on acquiring both Rossion and Mosler’s assets, while ditching the Mosler brand altogether in place of a more well-developed Rossion nameplate.
This newly-formed partnership will merge together the two specialized teams in order to continue building new high-performance sportscars, with Ian Grunes as president. Along with this the company hopes to extend into a full range of vehicles- from 4-cylinder to 8-cylinder configurations- sometime in the near future.