Design your own ultra wild road car

Discussion in 'Car Comparisons' started by F50Fanatic, Apr 17, 2006.

  1. Instant win.
     
  2. A supercharged 5.5 liter V8 and a five speed auto shoehorned into a Mercedes G-class. Oh, wait...
     
  3. Carbon fiber bodied z06 with a 1.3 multijet engine
     
  4. A street-legal Space Shuttle on 42-inch spinners.
     
  5. With NOS?
     
  6. 1969 Dodge Charger Hemi Daytona. 528ci hemi blowered 1500hp Engine, Pro Touring chassis configuration and suspension made by Troy Trepanier, autometer instruments, Richmond 6 speed heavy duty gearbox,dana 60 sure grip rear axle,mopar heavy duty sway bars,mopar master cylinder,Baer competition disc brakes,Recaro Seats,Flowmaster 3 inch exhaust,Good Year Eagle f1 mounted on American Racing Torque Thrust wheels.
     
  7. lol.
     
  8. Ok, how about a Maserati Birdcage, with some minor rear adjustments. A rising spoiler on back, but split in two like the zonda. Interior seating like a Mac F1 but way more high-tech. But the whole car is going to be made by nanotechnology. And all of the neutrons in every atom on the car will be gone. It will use some crazy-ass materials (nanotechnology). Perhaps involving nanotubes in some way. Yeah, that will make it super light and it will go fast. Twin-Turbocharged V-12.
     
  9. A UPS truck with twin Pratt & Whitney F119-PW-100 jet engines. Plus a Solid rocket booster on top.
     
  10. If I was to design my own car it would pretty much be a focused road racer like the Koenigsegg CCX
     
  11. With the T1 being unveiled, there's no need.
    It's ultra wild enough for a road car <A BORDER="0" HREF="http://www.supercars.net/PitLane?displayFAQ=y"><IMG BORDER="0" SRC="pitlane/emoticons/wink.gif"></A>
     
  12. It would need 25 inch drag car tires inorder to control it.
     
  13. That's actually a pretty boss idea
     
  14. my choice
     
  15. 998 Porcshe Turb0.
     
  16. already testing
     
  17. I just would take a Dauer 962 LM Porsche and put a Koro 4.0-litres, 900 bhp bi-turbo engine in, wild enough to beat a 16/4 Veyron in acceleration and top speed
     
  18. i'd just get a 917/30 and make it road legal
     
  19. Lamborghini Murcielago LP640 SE GTR 7.0 TWIN TURBO
     
  20. You forgot...teh NAAWWWWWZZ
     
  21. Well, I'd start with a Zonda F, sign my name on the title, and be done.
     
  22. So the new Dauer will use a Koro engine? <A BORDER="0" HREF="http://www.supercars.net/PitLane?displayFAQ=y"><IMG BORDER="0" SRC="pitlane/emoticons/wink.gif"></A>
     
  23. knowing Lamborghini, that's probably not as ridiculous as it sounds
     
  24. If they did that, they would lose all the respect I still have for them.
     
  25. How bout a Ferrari P4 replica with a longer wheelbase so the entire drivetrain and driver can be contained within the wheelbase. The styling would remain basically the same, like what Ford did with the GT. If we're going to call this car "ultra wild", it's going to need about 1000 hp. Let's use a 9 L W18 with 3 banks of cylinders. It would be like an Enzo engine with an extra cylinder bank. To even out the weight, we'll give it 4WD. It'll have a 7 speed gearbox with paddle shift. It'll also have, traction control, ABS, and active suspension. With all that it's going to weigh about 3400 lbs. The height will be 43". That's 4" taller than the original P4, like what Ford did with the GT. Let's give it really wide tires like a racecar. I choose Pirelli P-Zero Corsas (305/30 & 435/25) on HRE 845Rs (19x10.5 & 19x15).

    This isn't my dream car. My taste is more practical, but you asked for ultra wild.
     

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