Hint: It's a lot of horsepower.
The Rezvani Beast is quite stunning considering what powers the lightweight sportscar. Even the entry level Rezvani Beast Speedster can get to 60 mph from rest in less than 4 seconds thanks to its supercharged 300-hp engine sourced from Honda. If you think that's too slow know that the Beast has the same engine but hits 500 horsepower thanks to both a turbocharger and supercharger. If that's too slow then Boldride has good news for you: A 700-hp model is in the works.
A set of sequential Garret turbochargers will help the Beast X hit 700 horsepower. A large fixed rear wing, new front end, new inlets and larger air intakes will also come with the package. Some interior changes are also expected to make the Beast X stand out from the normal Beast. Boldride guesses the Beast X will cost around $180,000, which is around $20,000 more than the standard Beast and $40,000 more than the Speedster. Performance figures are yet to be announced but we're pretty sure it'll accelerate as fast as some of the much more costly high-end supercars from Europe. It's going to look, sound and drive unlike anything else on the road and we can't wait to see what it'll look like.