Rezvani Beast Alpha X Black Bird is a sports car that moves like a spy plane

California automaker Rezvani has pulled out all the stops for the new Beast Alpha X Black Bird. This is not you ordinary sports car. Not by a mile. Speaking of miles, this Beast can get up to 60 miles per hour in 2.9 seconds! It is aptly named the Black Bird because its body was inspired by the spy plane made by Lockheed-Martin. It features the same hard body as the 500-hp Beast Alpha but the X Black Bird puts out a ridiculous 700 horsepower. Given that the curb weight is reported to be 2,150 pounds, if this car had wings it might possibly be able to fly.

The fact that the 700-hp comes from a 2.5 Liter turbo-charged FOUR cylinder, it makes the car that much more out of this world. The engine was built with the help of Cosworth, the esteemed race car engine maker. The Black Bird has an infotainment system that supports Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, air conditioning, and power windows–things you do not normally see in race cars. The base Beast model does not have doors, but opting for this bad bod gives you what the company is calling Sidewinder doors, which pop out and slide forward. This just adds to the awesomeness of this beast of a car. It starts out at only $225,000, which is not a pricey sum considering what it offers. If you don’t have that kind of cash available, the Rezvani offers a Beast that “only” produces 400-hp for a still-handsome sum of $95,000.

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