“Get an Exocet with sticky tires, head to track days and make Porsche guys feel butt-hurt. Then go home and pick the bugs from your nipples.” For more amazingly ridiculous quotes, check out the Road & Track feature on the Exocet, here!
“Road & Track” picked up our video and ran with it, dedicating an article to the final form of the Exocet Off-Road! We’re happy to say they sound pretty impressed with the platform! Check out the feature, here!
John Paul Gusewelle, COO of Metal Conditioner Squared, gave Exomotive a shout out on the MC² website. It was a pleasure getting to know him, and the other competitors during the SEMA show! Check out his wrap up of the event here!
Yet another feature of the Exocet Off-Road has popped up, this time on Stupid Dope! It sounds as though they like what they see, “This stunning and impressive ride comes rocking a build that is great from the beach to the dunes, taking on anything and everything in between.” You can check out the article here!
The Exocet Off-Road has garnered all kinds of attention from different sources this week, and the latest is from High Consumption! They seemed pleasantly surprised by the Miata power plant, and also happy to know it had plenty of additional options as well, “And thanks to a vast amount of accessory mounting options for the vehicle, each Exocet is insanely customizable based on your wants and needs.” Be sure to check out the article here!
The quote that defines it all; “you don’t need to spend all that money to pick up an Ariel Atom when you can build a better car yourself for a third of the price.”
After seeing The Smoking Tires’ take on the Exocet, Road and Track seems to agree that, “all you need is a donor Miata to build the enthusiast’s car of your dreams.” Check out their take on Matts driver review here!
The Exocet Off-Road was featured in an online article of Maxim, and they are singing praise, “Believe it or not, this awesome off-roader is based on a Mazda Miata.” We’ve always known the Miata to be a capable platform, but we love when others realize its’ true potential as well, “There’s a joke among automotive enthusiasts that “the answer is always Miata,” because the Mazda MX-5 roadster is universally capable. Atlanta-based Exomotive has added another dust-choked, gravel-strewn dimension to that capability with the creation of the Exocet, a lightweight, tube-frame Miata conversion for attacking trails.” Be sure to check out the article here!