Dacia has recently unleashed its Duster No Limit rally car after a sneak preview earlier this month. The racer, which was constructed by Tork Engineering with the assistance of Renault Sport Technologies, has allowed designers to let their imaginations get very creative. The Duster features a tubular chassis, enormous rear wing and a lightweight composite body. Power is derived from its mid-mounted engine, which is a 3.8-liter V6 also used in the Nissan GT-R.
While the full performance specifications have not yet been released. the engine gives an output of 850hp, which is connected to a six-speed sequential Sadev transmission. Jean-Philippe Dayraut will have the luxury and privilege of driving the Duster. The former three-time winner of the Trophée Andros, said that "the Pikes Peak Hill Climb is the only event where you get to keep a monster like this in check while drifting at speeds of 124mph on a course which features a mix of asphalt and dirt. I can't think of any other form of motorsport where such cars are authorized."