Latest developments state that in partnership with Barotex Technology Corporation, DiMora will create the strongest and most durable materials ever produced for an automoble using "Barotex inorganic fibre" which is made from volcanic rock.

DiMora claim their Natalia SLS 2 Supersedan currently in development will be the most luxurious, technologically advanced and most expensive production car on the market. Whilst we can guarantee the final promise is most definitely true with an expected price tag of $2 million dollars, it would be too early for such a small company to make such bold statements in the other two areas.

Despite this, plans are well a foot for the model and latest developments state that in partnership with Barotex Technology Corporation, DiMora will create the strongest and most durable materials ever produced for an automoble using "Barotex inorganic fibre" which is made from volcanic rock.

"In contrast, carbon fiber products are petroleum-based, and we know about the challenges that involves," said Lilo Beuzieron, CEO of Barotex Technology Corporation and inventor of Barotex. "Not only is lava rock more abundant, but our manufacturing process requires far less energy. It is friendly to the environment, and the automobiles built with Barotex are lighter, so they use less energy every mile travelled."

DiMora added, "When we began designing our 16-cylinder engine that would erupt with 1200 horsepower, we decided to call it the Volcano V16. It's only natural that we now surround the DiMora Volcano with volcanic rock from Barotex."

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