Photo credit: Antoine Crobe
The Ford GT90, which was unveiled at the 1995 Detroit Auto Show, was built as a secret project by a small engineering team over six months, sharing many components from the Jaguar XJ220. Why? Ford owned Jaguar at the time, so it made sense to develop a supercar based on the iconic XJ220. What if they developed an all-electric or hybrid successor to the GT90? It might look something like the Dystopia by industrial designer Antoine Crobe.
Instead of a quad-turbocharged 5.9L V12 engine producing 720 hp and 660 lb-ft of torque in the GT90, the Dysopia would most likely be powered by an all-electric or hybrid powertrain. The GT90 was capable of accelerating from 0–60 mph in 3.1 seconds, 0–100 mph in 6.2 seconds, and completing the quarter mile in 10.9 seconds, which means the Dystopia should easily be able to top these numbers.
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- With its wider 8-stud chassis, the collectible model car toy has room for 2 minifigures and lots of authentic detailing
- Driver minifigure has a Toyota racing suit, safety helmet and wrench, providing plenty of inspiration for imaginative, high-speed play