The Red Skull's V16 Roadster

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Take a closer look at the roadster designed by Daniel Simon for "Captain America: The First Avenger".

If you saw "Captain America: The First Avenger", and you're the type of person who'd be reading a publication like CarBuzz, you could not have missed the beastly roadster driven by the film's antagonist Johann Schmidt, also known as the Red Skull. The fictitious car built by Schmidt's Nazi skunkworks operation Hydra packed a theoretical supercharged V16 engine and not four, not six but ten wheels. (Those four at the back are dualies.) It was designed by design guru Daniel Simon, who recently released this short one-minute clip to take us closer to the computer-rendered shape.

A former Volkswagen group designer, Simon penned the light-cycles for Tron:Legacy among other films, and several Formula One race car liveries.

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