Unlike its predecessor, the all-new Rezvani Beast X now makes 700-horsepower (200-horsepower increase), thanks to a twin-turbocharged (Borg Warner) 2.0L, 4-cylinder Honda engine, paired to a 6-speed manual transmission, good for a 0-60 time of 2.5-seconds; a sequential gearbox with paddle shifters is also available. Other upgrades on this $325,000 track monster include a new 10-way adjustable suspension system and revamped carbon fiber bodywork. Click here for more pictures. Continue reading for two videos of the original Rezvani Beast in-action.
“The Rezvani Beast is part supercar, part life coach. On the one hand, it’s a 500-horsepower supercharged track demon, and on the other, it’s a potent motivator urging you to shed the restrictive norms of modern society and let loose. The car features an upgraded version of the carbon steel chassis from the maniacal Ariel Atom 3, and from there, Rezvani bolted up a lightweight body, which gives the supercar a curb weight of just 1,650 pounds,” according to Digital Trends.