Revzani Motors reveals BEAST supercar
Arrived-out-of-nowehere car maker, Rezvani Motors, has released its BEAST open-top supercar, which is capable of hitting 100km/h in around three seconds.
BASED ON AN ARIEL ATOM, the body and interior of the BEAST has been designed by Samir Sadikhov who styled the Aston Martin DBC and the Ferrari Xerzi concepts, he’s also worked for Lamborghini. Providing oomph is either a 2.0-litre turbocharged four-cylinder or a 2.4-litre supercharged four-cylinder mid-mounted offering 235kW and 373kW, respectively.
And while you wouldn’t know by looking at it that the BEAST was based off an Atom, Revzani has made sure that despite the custom-built, carbon-fibre body it’s kept fat to a minimum, weighing around 100kg more than an Ariel Atom 3.5R (667-703kg depending on the model of BEAST).
Both engines are prepared by Ariel Atom specialists DDM Works of South Carolina, while the body of the BEAST is built by N2A motors — a specialty composite body maker — which uses 3D printing technology and CNC milling techniques to make and fit the body. The BEAST also features a fully removable windshield, a roll cage, and a set of RS05 PUR wheels wrapped in front 235/35/19 and rear 295/30/19 tires.
The MSRP for the standard model begins at US$115,000 ($122,941) for the BEAST 300, and US$135,000 ($144,328) for the BEAST 500. A full day of professional race track driving class is also available to BEAST 500 owners at no extra cost.
Depending on options, each BEAST takes between three to five months to build.