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It’s safe to assume there will be a lot of fast cars at next week’s Goodwood Festival of Speed, but few will be madder than this, the Innotech Aspiron.

The Aspiron shares its underpinnings with the previous-generation Chevrolet Corvette, rewrapped in a race-car-inspired body not unlike the Caparo T1.

Innotech, based in the Czech Republic, gives owners a choice of GM-sourced engines, including the LS2 6.0L, LS3 6.2L (as used by HSV’s former E Series models), and LS7 7.0L V8s. Further choices include whether the engines are naturally aspirated or force-inducted, resulting in a power range of between 298kW and 745kW.

All this in a car weighing just 750-800kg, “depending on the driver”.

Each engine is mated to a six-speed manual transmission from Porsche’s 997-Series 911 GT2. Power is sent exclusively to the rear wheels via a limited-slip differential.

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Innotech describes the Aspiron as an “adrenaline booster for hardcore drivers”, and with specs like these you’d be hard pressed not to agree.

Prices in the UK reportedly start at £114,000 ($190,300), however for the truly dedicated there is always the option of reaching into “price available upon request” territory.


  • crouchy35

    Designed by Homer Simpson.

  • sgigengnengienbienbnernbenbjdb

    This reminds me a LOT of the Hulme can-am.

  • guest

    It might have been better with a sequential gearbox. All that massive power and potential, only to be ruined by slow manual gearshifts.