Miami GT Meets DDR Motorsport

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Florida-based company DDR Motorsport has unveiled their Miami GT. You can choose between several custom- built engines and other components to build your own supercar.

No, your eyes aren't fooling you. This thing really does look like a smorgasbord of car design. DDR Motorsport has unveiled their latest creation, the Miami GT. Manufactured in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, the kit supercar has a mid-engine carbon steel frame supercar that is composed of Kevlar, carbon and fiberglass materials. The steering system and door mirrors are from a Mazda RX-7. Under the orange hood, the Miami GT generates its power from a choice of different engines.

The first option is a 2.0-liter Acura RSX K20 engine from the 2002-2006 model years. The second option is a 2.0-liter inline turbocharged four-cylinder Toyota MR23SGT-E engine from the 1991-1996 model years. And according to the guys at DDR Motorsport, output varies between 200hp-500hp and 200-250 lb-ft of torque. Both engines are mated to a five-speed trans-axle transmission. The Miami GT is a build-it-yourself supercar and pricing for the kit alone begins at $19,500. The total cost runs in the neighborhood of $50,000 after you buy your preferred engine and various other components like the transmission, suspension, and steering system.

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