Rezvani Beast Alpha has a manual transmission, weighs less than 2000 lbs and can hit 60 mph in 3.2 seconds. What more could one ask for?
You may have just recently heard of Rezvani Motors, but they have been around since 2014. Their first car was the Beast and it was based on the Ariel Atom. You could have it in either 500 or 300 – horsepower form. Of course, if you’re looking for something that’s truly amazing, you can always go for the Beast X. That thing makes a whopping 700 horsepower. Though, what’s really amazing is their new product – the Rezvani Beast Alpha.
They don’t call in Alpha for no reason. This car is more refined that the previous models and it offers plenty of performance. In addition, it features an aluminum chassis which helps with bringing down the weight of the car itself. Add the carbon-fiber construction and you get a car at a svelte 1950 lbs. Fortunately, that’s not the end of it. Instead of putting a large-displacement V8 under the hood, Rezvani Motors though of using something less heavy. The Rezvani Beast Alpha has a supercharged 2.4-liter four-cylinder under the hood. That motor is sourced from Honda and makes for a good 500 HP.
Rezvani motors paired the engine with a 6-speed manual transmission that allows the Alpha to hit 60 mph in 3.2 seconds.
While the Rezvani Beast Alpha is not an S-Class Coupe, it still offers comfort. You get power windows, air conditioning, air bags, and surfaces wrapped in leather or Alcantara. Given the fact that it’s a completely new ride, it also has Android Auto support and Apple CarPlay.
How will the Rezvani Beast Alpha sweep you off your feet? Well, first of all, its room is a removable targa top. Second and most important, the car features the so-called “Sidewinder” doors. We don’t know how easy it is to open those doors but they sure look cool. It’s refreshing to see something different, isn’t it?
With this much awesomeness, the Rezvani Beast Alpha doesn’t come cheap. In fact, Rezvani Motors is asking $200,000 for one. We’re more than sure that it’s worth it!