Sprints from 0-62 mph in two seconds.
History suggests Ferrari will present its next hypercar a decade from now, but independent designer Adriano Raeli can’t wait that long. His “street-legal F1 car,” dubbed the F80, continues the tradition that began with the 288 GTO and is currently being performed by the LaFerrari. Inspired by a development program for a future air fighter, the F80 comes powered by a twin-turbo V8 rated at 900 hp supported by a 300 hp KERS system. Combined with a 800-kg curb weight, that’s enough to help it sprint from 0-62 mph in two seconds and hit a top speed of 310 mph.