One image shows the Mexican-built Vuhl 05's unique headlight cluster, aggressive front bumper and lower lip, large central air intake, performance brakes and large black wheels wrapped in tyres by Vuhl's latest partner, Michelin.
The second image reveals the road-legal lightweight mid-engined supercar undergoing development testing with the roofless Vuhl 05 wearing camouflage.
With backing from the Mexican government and companies including Ford, and now Michelin, Vuhl – whose name stands for ‘Vehicles of Ultra-lightweight and High-performance’ – will assemble its cars in Mexico City after receiving car bodies fabricated in Canada.
Vuhl is the creation of brothers Iker and Guillermo Echeverria, whose Mexican/American agency came up with the design of the 05.
Marking its 20th anniversary, this year’s Goodwood Festival of Speed takes place at Goodwood House in Chichester, West Sussex, from July 11.