Lotec is basically a German sports car manufacturer that was founded in 1962 by Kurt Lotterschmid. In 1983, they began to create aftermarket aerodynamic and performance parts for Mercedes-Benz cars. Fast forward to 2004, and the Lotec Sirius was introduced, powered by a Pagani Zonda C12S-sourced, twin-turbocharged V12. The company claims that the car will produce 1000hp, or up to 1200hp when tuned. Continue reading for a video of its incredible engine and more information.
The vehicle itself is composed primarily of reinforced carbon fiber, which lends to its relatively low curb weight. Lotec also planned to release a re-designed version of the Sirius for 2009, that boasts updated body work while retaining the same motor and transmission as the current model.