|Headquarters||Lelystad, the Netherlands|
|Products||Hand-built ultra-light weight sport cars|
|Employees||20 - 25|
|Website||Donkervoort Official Site|
In 1996, Donkervoort's Ford engines were replaced by Audi engines. Donkervoorts motto - "No Compromise" - means driving without any electronic aids such as ABS (Anti-lock braking system), Electronic stability program (ESP) or power steering.
Previous models 
- Donkervoort Super Seven
The Super Seven was a fairly straightforward copy of a Lotus Super Seven. Introduced in 1978, these cars have a Ford Crossflow 1.6 liter OHV engine with 90 PS (66 kW) and a four-speed manual transmission. Top speed was 170 km/h (106 mph).
- Donkervoort S8/S8A
Introduced in late 1983, the S8 and later S8A were the first Donkervoorts of notice, with the "Eight" implying an improvement over the Lotus Seven. Of exactly the same dimensions as the Donkervoort Super Seven, these cars originally used a two-liter inline-four engine from Ford of Europe.
- Donkervoort S8AT
Responding to the need for more power, a turbocharged version of the S8 soon appeared; this car is identifiable by a profusion of various vents and openings to cool the engine.
- Donkervoort D10
This sleek, minimalist version was built in a very limited series of ten to celebrate Donkervoort's tenth anniversary in 1988. The cars lacked a spare wheel as well as a windshield, but benefitted from an enlarged (2,160 cc) version of the Ford engine with a bigger Garrett T3 turbocharger, producing 190 PS (140 kW). The last car was only built in 1994, with some of the later examples receiving Cosworth engines with up to 300 PS (221 kW).
Current models 
- Donkervoort D8 Audi (E-gas) Wide Track (2003–present)
Since 2003, the Donkervoort is equipped with the Audi 1.8T 20V E-gas turbocharged engine. In the D8, the engine is available with 150 bhp, 180 bhp, 210 bhp and 270 bhp. Thanks to its total weight of 630 kilograms, this results in an acceleration time from 0 to 100 km/h between 3,8 and 5,2 seconds depending on the type.
- Donkervoort D8 270 (2008–present)
The Donkervoort D8 270 is available since the summer of 2008. This version of the D8 series became the successor of the D8 270 RS, the limited edition that was introduced in 2005. The D8 270 has a restyled nose and grill that refer directly to the D8 GT and accelerates from 0–100 km/h in 3,6 seconds.
- Donkervoort D8 GT (2007–present)
The Donkervoort D8 GT - introduced in 2007 - is the first closed Donkervoort. Compared to the open version of the D8, the D8 GT has entirely new front and rear wheel suspension, increased in track width by 8 centimer, larger brakes are applied for maximum delay and 17-inch aluminum wheels are fitted. With a total weight of 650 kg, the D8GT is the lightest GT in the world. This is mainly thanks to the use of carbon fiber: the entire roof, the entire rear and the doors and fenders of the car are made of this material.
- Donkervoort D8 GTO (2013–present)
The Donkervoort D8 GTO is a complete new creation. The engine, from now on a 2,5l TFSI 5-cylinder turbocharged Audi engine, has a power output of 250-280kW (340-380PS) and 450Nm of torque at 1600rpm with a car weight of only <700kg. This low weight is due to composite materials such as the full carbon fibre body of the D8 GTO. With a power to weight ratio of only 1,8kg/PS the car accelerates from 0-100km/h in 2,8s and from 0-200 km/h in just 8,6s. The car will first be produced in a limited series of just 25 Premium D8 GTOs for 2013(The ultimate in lightweight and power). The normal production starts in 2014.
Model Overview 
|S7||1978–1984||1,6 litre Ford Crossflow OHV engine, 90 PS|
|S8||1980–1984||2 litre Ford OHV, 103 PS (76 kW)|
|S8A||1985–1993||2 litre Ford OHC, 117 PS (86 kW)|
|S8AT||1986–1994||Garrett T3 turbocharger, intercooler, 3 way catalytic converter, 170 PS (125 kW) as a 2.0 L engine/ 190 PS as a 2.2 L|
|D10||1988–1989||2,160 cc Ford Garrett T3 turbocharger, 190 PS (140 kW)|
|D8 Zetec||1993–1998||1.8 litre or a 2.0 litre 16V Zetec engine, 140 PS (103 kW) or 160 PS (118 kW)|
|D8 Cosworth||1994–1998||2.0 litre DOHC engine, 220 to 280 PS (206 kW)|
|D8 Audi (AGU)||1999–2002||turbocharged 1.8 L Audi engine, 150-245 PS,|
|D8 Audi (E-gas)||2003–present||turbocharged 1.8 L Audi engine, drive by wire, 150-270 PS,|
|D8 270 RS||2005–2007||turbocharged, 1.8 L Audi engine, drive by wire, 270 PS (200 kW)|
|D8 270||2008–present||turbocharged, 1.8 L Audi engine, drive by wire, 270 PS (199 kW) Special|
|D8 GT||2007–present||turbocharged, 1.8 L, 20v Audi engine, drive by wire, 270 PS (199 kW)|
|D8 GTO||2013–present||2,5-Liter-TFSI-5-Cylinder-Audi-Turbocharged, 250-280 kW (340-380 PS)|
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