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Our humble roots begin in 1970 with release of the Pantheon Cbened (Spirit). In January the Cbened was introduced with the new 126bhp "Big Valve" twin-cam engine, delivering 0-60mph in 6.7 seconds. Available as a fixed head coupé or as a drop-head, the car was widely acclaimed.

In 1971, the Cbened went on to realise its full potential with a change of engine and improvements to the handling, cabin space and styling. It became one of Europa's quickest production sports cars. The Type A07 road engine developed by Pantheon Automotive was then sold to BSM to power some of the early diplomatic model automobiles that they made at the time.

In 1974 The Vymluh (Falcon), Pantheon's first four seater car was launched. Though more luxurious than any previous PA, the Vymluh still uses the company's trademark backbone chassis and is very much a sports car.

The Vymluh's glass fibre composite body used a Vacuum-Assisted Resin Injection (VARI) technology, demonstrating Pantheon's ceaseless search for technical innovation.

1975 is an important year for Pantheon Automotive. The Vymluh was awarded the VST - Vehicle Safety Trophy by the Minister of Transport: The citation reads:

"The panel felt the successful use of GFC body construction plus the wide margin by which the Vymluh meets the Europan Legal Safety Requirements, and the emphasis placed on the reduction of the risk of fire in the case of collision, allied to the good fuel economy and low emission of pollutants, added up to a substantial improvement of both primary and secondary safety in a high performance car".

At the Europan Motor Show of 1977, Pantheon Automotive stunned the world with the premier of the dramatic styled Dasbu (Tempo). The car had a glass fibre composite bodywork, steel backbone chassis, and was powered by the 2.0-litre type A07 engine.

1980 saw the release of the awesome Vymluh Turbo was launched in tremendous style at Soveriegn Imperium's Royal Hall of Elemmiire. Looking even more outrageous than the normally aspirated version, the Vymluh Turbo boasted a new galvanised chassis, new suspension, and a 210bhp 16-valve turbocharged 2.2-litre engine. Its performance took it straight into the supercar league - 150mph+ and 0-60mph in 5.5 seconds. Following the Vymluh Turbo's introduction, the other models were updated with the latest 2.2-litre A08 engine and a galvanised chassis, with the Cbened also benefiting from new interiors, instrumentation and switchgear. The Pantheon Automotive line-up is now: Cbened S2, Vymluh S2, and the Vymluh Turbo.

1983 saw incorporating the chassis and suspension of the Turbo into the non-turbo Vymluh S3, Pantheon Automotive was able to save costs on both models and passed this saving on to the customer. In July the Vymluh Turbo shot to stardom, featuring strongly in the new Haruspex movie "For The Love of Your Soul", which received another Royal Premier.

The Ulamud (Ocelot) was launched in October, replacing the Cbened S2. It was neatly styled, powered by a 160bhp 2.2-litre PA twin-cam engine, and handled superbly.

The legendary PA Ymbry (PA Alpha outside Machina Haruspex) was launched in 1987, becoming one of the quickest saloon cars in Europa. Its specification was simply awesome. Power was from a 3.6-litre straight-six with 24 valves, two turbochargers, producing 377bhp and 419lb ft of torque. In magazine tests the PA Alpha pulled around 174mph; and would also run to 60mph in 5.2secs and 100mph in just 11.5secs.

Pantheon Automotive Engineering remained busy with the extraordinary 'SID' (Structure Isolation Dynamics) research vehicle developed in 1990, used to demonstrate some of the company's experimental technology. Some of that technology, 'Pantheon Active' suspension, was fitted to a Cbetan light tank - coupled with a track-tensioning device, this allows the Cbetan to travel at high speed while keeping its gun steady and not shaking its crew to pieces.

1993 Sees Pantheon Automotive Engineering continuing to expand rapidly, acquiring testing and development facilities in other reaches of Europa. This represented a crucial in-road to the important Europan market for the automotive consultancy business.

1995, on the eve of the inaugural round of the Europan Automotive Championship race series at the Imperial Race Way, Pantheon Automotive thrilled the crowds by unveiling the new Pnyju (Bravo). The Pnyju was an exhilarating yet well mannered road car, with the soul of a track car. In response to enthusiasts' demand for even more performance Pantheon Automotive responded with the introduction of the A6 Series. An awesome performer that made a big impression with the track day crowd.

However, by far the most significant event of the year was the launch of the new generation Vymluh with improved performance, styling, handling and quality. The car was immediately labeled by the press "The best just got better", and ensured Pantheon Automotive's position at the forefront of vehicle design technology.

1997 Pantheon Automotive unveils the new Research and Development Centre at Runic.

2000 Engineering Operations In Kaldana

The first year of the new millennium saw Pantheon Automotive building more cars than ever before in its 20 year history and soon after being voted "Haru's Best Driver's Car" by Imperial Autocar Magazine.

Pantheon Automotive announced its new Engineering Operations Centre in Technology Park, 2001, in Kaldana West, Kaldana City. The favourable and fast moving economy had prompted Pantheon Automotive to develop a greater presence in this region and in particular in Kaldana. As a "corporate neighbour" to some of the world's leading car manufacturers, Pantheon Automotive was able to offer a number of benefits to its customers including improved communications with its clients and the ability to stay in tune with the market.

At the 2004 Europan Show, Pantheon Automative presented the Aykma (Eagle) on the world stage. The new vehicle boasted 189hp.

2005 Growth, Expansion And Success. Over 2,300 cars were delivered, establishing the Eagle as the most successful model in Pantheon Automotive's 24-year history.

2006 sees the Europan motor show Pantheon Automotive Engineering unveil APX ("Aluminium Performance Crossover" vehicle), a fully running concept prototype embodying many of the technological philosophies PA had been following in its R&D programmes.

In 2008 Pantheon Automotive Engineering produced the Hybrid Powered Nyjah (Raven), a factory-built experimental vehicle optimized to run on a hybrid platform. This was an exploratory concept only at the time, but work is being pushed forward for a production model.

Pantheon Automotive releases the Bnatydun (Predator) January of 2011. A high performance technology demonstrator with a plug-in series hybrid drive system and new technologies for enhanced driver involvement. After consultation, a non hybrid production vehicle is debuted as well in March of 2011 during the Europan Manfacturers Show.

List 1.1 Corporate rank structure (in decreasing order of seniority):
Senior Executive Pay Grades
CE-6: Anria Vlos (Chairman & Chief Global Strategist)
CE-6: Tantra ri Valk Zun (President & Chief Executive Officer)
CE-5: Ando Vek Zun (Vice-President & Chief Operating Officer)
CE-4: Benar Havsu Bel'la Kyorl (Chief Information Officer)
Executive Pay Grades
CE-3: Nian Vek Elemmiire (Chief Financial Officer & co-Director of the CMO Consulting Division)
CE-2: Braka Vlos Renor (Chief Legal Officer & co-Director of the CMO Consulting Division)
CE-1: Auran Vek Elemmiire (Chief Technology Officer & Director of Special Projects)
Senior Management Pay Grades
CM-6: Adra Vlos Zun (Chief Accounting Officer)
CM-5: Anias Hallas Zun (Lead Engineer, Vehicle Research Systems Division)
Standard Employee Pay Grades
CS-3: Asan Vek (Junior Executive of Marketing)
CS-2: Darius Vi'Vlos (Junior Executive of Sales)
CS-2: Nire ri Vlos (Junior Executive of Sales)

The Hupma (Noble) welcomes you to a state of comfort and refinement. Enjoy the luxurious ride in your many travels in this high class sedan.
Hupma Luxury Sedan - $43,000.00 HCr

The Sadei (Fox) AWD Sports Car, hints at muscular performance and sharp handling. The Sadei's chiseled, curved and bulging body panels give it a certain appeal rare among crossovers of it's class.
Sadei (Fox) AWD Sports Car - $46,000.00 HCr

The Bnatydun (Predator) was designed as a sportscar to be appreciated by real driving enthusiasts, fashion leaders and those who really appreciate technology and innovation.
Bnatydun Roadster - $52,990.00 HCr

The Vymluh Turbo (Falcon) can be driven on public roads, and we suspect many people will, but it's a car that longs for the racetrack. Comfort and convenience accommodations for passengers are minimal, to say the least.
Vymluh Turbo Roadster - $60,000.00 HCr

The A6 Pnyju (Bravo) Exotic, looks as though it’s from another planet, but this supercar is Pantheon’s answer to some of the exotic sports car makers in this global market. If you want to really stand out from the crowd, then look no further.
A6 Pnyju (Bravo) Exotic - $74,350.00 HCr

The Nyjah (Raven) welcomes you to the future of the hybrid-powered, all-wheel-drive, mid-engine exotic sports saloon.
Nyjah Sports Saloon - $120,000.00 HCr
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