Following yesterdays release of the video showing Billy Easton testing the new Serpent truggy, the Dutch company have released details and CAD images on the new Billy Easton designed Cobra-T. Sharing many of the same parts and design elements of the buggy, the Truggy is different in many aspects and requires quite a selection of specific parts as well. The larger wheel/tyres and different body-type style, together with longer wheel-base do require intensive testing to find again the right balance in the car, as well as the correct level of grip and to be very good on large jumps too. The end result is a very sleek and “low” design, with a perfect left to right and front to back balance, making it a very nimble car and easy to push very hard out on the track. The Serpent Cobra-T will most likely feature CNC machined 7075 T6 shock towers, instead of the carbon ones, as standard. Release of the new truggy is planned for early December 2010.