As the video opens, we know those words. The words are echoed from mouths of any auto enthusiast. We want a race car for the street. But do we?
Do we want a painfully harsh ride, loud noises to make our eardrums bleed and the livability of next to zero? Not really. As Matt Farah points out, we want a street car to mimic a race car. Enter the Drakan Spyder.
The Drakan is developed by Sector 111, a company specializing in engineering parts for Lotus, Aerial Atom and other lightweight sports cars across the globe. Now, it has developed its own sports car, and from the looks of Farah, it’s pretty darn good.
The Drakan is powered by a 6.2-liter LS3 V8 engine, producing 430 hp and 424 lb-ft of torque. All of that power is moving only 2,000-pounds. There are no driver aides here, either. No ABS, traction control etcetera. This is driver and machine.
Grab a deep dive into the car, and Sector 111, in the video up above while we count our pennies to purchase one of these mad, mad machines.