Is This The Future Of Supercars?

Jay Leno thinks so.

Cars are evolving at an alarming rate and that is especially true with track-focused supercars like the Rezvani Beast. At a price of $159,000, there are a select few that are willing to get into a supercar that’s a little more exciting, like the Beast. With its Honda Civic Si-derived 2.4-liter supercharged four-cylinder engine, the Beast produces 500 hp and can get to 60 mph in 2.7 seconds. Some may not like the idea behind the Beast, which is to gather parts from other cars and put it all together with a flashy exterior, but it works.

Since the Beast is based off of an Ariel Atom, you can see why this thing has supercar potential. Jay Leno obviously loves it.

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