Sure, there are plenty of low-displacement, high-horsepower engines out there. But nothing beats a V-8.
Go onboard with Kenny Brack as he sets the record for street-legal cars at the Festival of Speed.
Indy 500 Champ Kenny Bräck is behind the wheel of this road-legal P1 GTR spotted at the 'Ring. He's not driving slowly.
The Long-Tail 675 is one of the most capable new road cars, but against a legit track monster, it doesn't stand a chance.
And it still puts the power down.
It's got almost 1000 horsepower, but driving it isn't all that intimidating.
You'll just have to pick it up in the Netherlands if you want it.
Good luck getting it registered in the U.S., though.
But it won't be an official McLaren record attempt.
McLaren Automotive didn't intend for the P1 to be a great car for an urban environment, but the results speak for themselves.
Hypercar ownership, done correctly.
Finally, someone plans for an electric car faster than the Ludicrous Mode Tesla Model S P90D.
It is, as you can imagine, a very fast lap.
"Design is not subjective," says McLaren design director Frank Stephenson.
Built by McLaren Special Operations, this project makes the outrageous P1 even more striking.