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1000HP Rezvani Beast Colors

1000HP Rezvani Beast Colors

In the center of California, a company called Rezvani has made waves in the car industry with its newest creation, the Beast. This vehicle, a modified version of the C8 Chevrolet Corvette, comes with features that you might expect to see in a spy film. It has door handles that can shock, bullet-resistant glass, a smoke screen feature, and an engine that packs a punch with 1,000 horsepower. At its core, the Beast starts with the Corvette Stingray’s 6.2-liter V8 engine. Rezvani then takes it to the next level by adding a pair of turbochargers, boosting the engine’s output to an impressive 1,000 horsepower and 878 pound-feet of torque. While details on the engine’s modifications are not widely shared, it’s known that it pairs with an eight-speed, dual-clutch automatic gearbox, offering manual control via paddle shifters. The Beast boasts remarkable speed, claiming the ability to go from 0 to 60 mph in just 2.5 seconds, and can complete a quarter-mile in 9.6 seconds. This speed is partly thanks to its carbon-fiber body, which lightens the car to 2,960 pounds. While it keeps some visual cues from the C8 Corvette, like the noticeable side air intakes and the removable roof, the Beast introduces a smoother look by softening the Corvette’s sharp edges. At the rear, it sports a set of stacked quad exhaust tips and a sizable diffuser that adds to its bold look. Butterfly doors enhance its supercar charm. Inside, the Beast takes cues from Chevrolet but with distinctive tweaks. The central row of buttons between the seats is gone, and the steering wheel sports a Formula 1-inspired top cut-off design. Rezvani’s logo replaces the Corvette emblem on the airbag, and the dashboard sports new upholstery that might seem unique to some. For those who see themselves as spies of today, Rezvani offers a “007” add-on for $45,000 extra. This package throws in a mix of gadgets like gas masks, thermal night vision, EMP protection, and even an intercom. Additionally, for $55,000 more, one can opt for car body armor, offering bullet-proof glass and exterior armor, which could affect the car’s agility. The base price for the Beast is $485,000, which climbs to $585,000 with the spy gear and armor add-ons included. Despite its steep price, getting your hands on one might be tough, as only 20 units are planned for production.

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