We have been working on getting our composite area up and fully staffed over the last few months and are now producing carbon fiber parts that were never before available from Rossion. For the Noble owners we now have a full carbon fiber front splitter available for a introductory price of $749. We are also working on a front splitter and rear engine vents for the Q1. Replacement parts for Mosler MT900 are available as well. Call us or email […]
RP High Performance acquires Rossion and Mosler! You may have heard some rumors, theories, what ifs.. But it is now official, RP High Performance a privately owned company has finalized the acquisition of the assets of Rossion Automotive and Mosler Automotive. The new company will operate under the Rossion brand with Ian Grunes as President. This deal brings together all the assets of both companies under one roof and management team. The Mosler name will no longer be used and all […]
Rossioncars.com has finally been converted over to WordPress so we can easily add updates and news of recent developments at Rossion. Please bear with us as we tackle the huge task of adding content and updating pages with new information, pictures and videos. We will be posting articles on things that have been happening since the last update in 2011!! Rossion has been alive and kicking, but the website was not. Hopefully you have been following our progress on our […]
Rossion Automotive was proud to participate in this years South Florida Exotic Car Toy Rally event. Over 200 exotic cars, $21,000 in cash donations, and three truckloads of toys! Impressive number, and an amazing accomplishment! For more photos, please visit our Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/rossionautomotive
Watch for the Rossion Q1 featured on an upcoming episode of SuperCars Exposed. Special thanks to Tanner Faust and crew for visiting Rossion Automotive.0 [nggallery id=1]
Rossion Automotive is now scheduling for private viewing and test drive appointments. Please contact us.
Noble in Spirit Rossion Q1 picks up where M400 left off Read the full article on AutoWeek.com