2014 Rezvani Motors Beast

May 7, 2014

Category: Rides

You don’t call your car the “Beast” unless you’re damn sure it’s gonna be beastlike—we’re talking claws, fangs, and the ability to outrun its prey. After soaking in the pics and specs for a minute, we’d say Rezvani Motors chose the name wisely.

Based on the Ariel Atom, the Beast comes in two flavors, 300 and 500. The 300 features a turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder that turns out 315 horsepower, while the Beast 500 is named for its supercharged 2.4-liter engine that delivers 500 hp, doing 0 to 60 in a ludicrous 2.7 seconds. We’re guessing the carbon fiber body surely helps with that sprint time. Production is starting soon, but you can plunk down your dough now, with $119,000 getting you in the Beast 300 and $139,000 required for the 500.

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