History of De Macross
The canadian company "De Macross, based in the province of Quebec, was founded by the former Director General of the South Korean company "H-plus Holdings, Ahonen by Hur in 2010. Despite the education Manager and extensive experience in the creation of liquid crystal displays, enterprising Hur has held the positions of chief engineer and designer in the new company, along the way, started work on the first car brand "De Muckross". In 2011, there were presented several concept cars cars De Muckross 1 and 2, but serial production started much later.
In 2012 was presented to the De Macross GT1, equipped with a carbon fiber body and a 5.4-liter eight-cylinder power unit manufactured by Ford, with a capacity of 800 horsepower. Cooperation with American company "Ford" also provided an opportunity to equip the model GT1 multimedia system from a Ford Explorer, and the basis for the canadian car on the platform from the Shelby Mustang. However, Hur did not stop there, signed in the same year contract with Abu Dhabi motors, which developed two exclusive model modifications worth more than $ 2 million each.
In 2013 it was announced that Ahani Hur, in conjunction with the design Studio "Pininfarina" from Italy, began work on a new model, which will be performed in the style of luxury brand "Ferrari" of the late 90s of the 20th century. New technology partner of the canadian brand "De Muckross" will become a concern Chrysler, passed under the control of the largest shareholder of the company "Ferrari" brand "FIAT". Engineers "De Muckross conduct joint development with racing team Ferrari Formula 1, having borrowed not only new types of power units with increased power and a sequential gearbox.