Panoz, LLC
Panoz, LLC ("Panoz") is an American manufacturer of high-performance sports automobiles. The company has also been extensively involved in professional racing, and designs, engineers and builds its own race cars, i.e. chassis and components. The Panoz line of high-end performance and luxury sports cars includes the heritage models Esperante convertible; a limited edition Esperante Spyder and Spyder GT; Esperante GTS race car; Roadster; GTR-1; and the much acclaimed all-new 2017 Panoz Avezzano.

The company was founded in 1989 as Panoz Auto Development by Dan Panoz, son of Green4U founder Don Panoz. All Panoz road cars are built at the Braselton workshop and tested at Road Atlanta. Panoz was the first U.S. auto manufacturer to design and build an aluminum-intensive vehicle (“AIV”). It combined super-formed aluminum body panels with an extruded aluminum chassis to create the 1997 Panoz AIV Roadster, which was 70% aluminum.

In 2017, Green4U’s Panoz Race Team Division is racing a race car version of the Panoz has returned to new Avezzano and has fielded a two-car team in the 2017 Pirelli World Challenge Championship GTS class.
Élan Motorsports
Élan Motorsports Technologies markets the NP01, DP02 and DP08 race cars manufactured by Green4U’s DeltaWing Manufacturing Division.

The Élan NP01 is designed to compete in the NASA Prototype series or other sprint-style competition. The NPO1 can be purchased from Élan as a completely assembled vehicle or an easy-to-assemble kit that contains everything needed (minus fluids, safety belts, foam seat insert, and side nets) to build a running car.