Quantum Performance Vehicles is introducing their GP700 track-focused vehicle which will have road-legal status. Created to rival the KTM X-BOW and Ariel Atom, the new track toy is much more expensive than its competitors as it carries an estimated starting price of just under $700,000. For this money you will be getting a vehicle that has a 1:1 power to weight ratio and run the 0-100 km/h sprint in only 2.6 seconds while the 0-160 km/h sprint will be achieved in 5 seconds en route to a 319 km/h top speed.
Its heart and soul is a 4-cylinder, 2.7-liter twin supercharged engine producing 700 bhp and a generous peak torque of 656 Nm. The Quantum GP700 weighs just 700 kg (1,543 lbs) and is scheduled to enter limited production series, with each car built being tailored specifically to its owner.
Quantum Performance Vehicles says that when driven at 280 km/h, the GP700 generates 1.8G of downforce which represents more than enough to theoretically drive upside down. The maximum deceleration exerts 2Gs while cornering at 180 km/h will exert 2.5Gs. Impressively, the Australian specialty marque says the vehicle has a 1.2G during maximum acceleration while the power to weight ratio is 60% better than in a Bugatti Veyron Super Sport.
Source: Quantum Performance Vehicles