Here's An Inside Look At The Development Of America's Latest Supercar


Making something this pretty isn't easy.

VLF Automotive stunned the world when it unveiled the Force 1. The supercar may be based off of a Dodge Viper, but Henrik Fisker made sure that the vehicle has a bespoke design that features a long hood, a short front overhang, a long tail and an overall sleek look. Getting a supercar to look like this is extremely difficult and the video below gives everyone a close-up look into the development process. Watching the car go from paper, to clay and finally into a real vehicle is something that enthusiasts should thoroughly enjoy.

Creating a supercar looks like an extremely tough job, but VLF Automotive has done an incredible job with the Force 1.

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