Kit cars normally aren’t in the same league as factory-built supercars, but Factory Five Racing aims to change that. Called the “F9R,” this mid-engined DIY supercar is powered by a massive 9.5L V12 engine that produces 755 horsepower and 700 pound-feet of torque. The two-seater’s body is made of carbon fiber composites, while a large rear wing, massive front splitter, and a rear diffuser ensure maximum downforce. Read more for a video and additional information.
Weighing in at just under 2,400-pounds, it boasts a wheelbase of 104 inches, measures 78 inches wide and 46 inches tall. A clear coat finish protects the carbon fiber composite body and quad exhaust tips out back finish off the supercar look. This DIY supercar can also accommodate small block Ford crate engines as well as other modular Ford engines and LS powertrains. Production is expected to begin in late 2020 with deliveries in 2021.